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378. Syllable division [Closed]
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Submitted On Fri, 19 Feb 2010 17:13:15 +0100 (8 years, 9 months ago)
Submitter E-Mail strommops@gmail.com
Priority 3. Normal
Description
Recently I received some samples of books and I saw that syllables were splitted up, apparently automatically. Since the book is written in a language without any clear, fixed and unique writing system, many uncustomarily divided words appeared, forms that no one would actually use. Is it possible to avoid the automatic division of syllables anyhow?

Thank you!

--Strommops
Resolution
Hi, there will be no "official" announcement when the feature goes live. I'll try to remember and send you a mail. There is a slight chance that the update will go live together with a couple of other things - these might be announced on our blog or via our twitter account. Feel free to follow at: http://blog.pediapress.com http://twitter.com/pediapress Unfortunately the license text on page ii is not translateable. Since it contains "legal" information we didn't want to make this translatable by the community. I'll check if it is possible to translate the date with resonable effort - I can't promise anything though. Regards, Volker

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Recently I received some samples of books and I saw that syllables were splitted up, apparently automatically. Since the book is written in a language without any clear, fixed and unique writing system, many uncustomarily divided words appeared, forms that no one would actually use. Is it possible to avoid the automatic division of syllables anyhow?

Thank you!

--Strommops
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Hi Strommops,

unfortunately currently it is not possible to disable hyphenation.

Currently only english is supported properly. In the future we'll use a third-party module that supports hypenation in 55 languages (see the full list below). For all articles with an unsupported language hyphenation is disabled automatically.

This should hopefully solve your problem. I can't give you an exact date when the hypenation support will improve, but probably within the next month.

Regards,
Volker

supported languages:

albanian, amharic, arabic, bahasai, bahasam, basque, brazil, breton, bulgarian, catalan, coptic, croatian, czech, danish, divehi, dutch, english, esperanto, estonian, farsi, finnish, french, galician, german, greek, hebrew, hindi, icelandic, interlingua, irish, italian, latin, latvian, lsorbian, magyar, norsk, nynorsk, polish, portuges, romanian, russian, samin, sanskrit, scottish, serbian, slovak, slovenian, spanish, swedish, syriac, thai, turkish, ukrainian, usorbian, welsh
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Hello Volker,

Thank you so far! That will solve our problem. Will it be published anywhere
when the new module is implied, so that I can check before we order the next
books?

Then a totally different question: On page ii there's the date on top and
the text on licence etc. Is it possible to translate these two also in
Alemannic?

Again thanks for your support and kind regards,

Strommops

2010/2/22 PediaPress <helpdesk@helpdesk.pediapress.com>

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> Hi Strommops, unfortunately currently it is not possible to disable
> hyphenation. Currently only english is supported properly. In the future
> we'll use a third-party module that supports hypenation in 55 languages (see
> the full list below). For all articles with an unsupported language
> hyphenation is disabled automatically. This should hopefully solve your
> problem. I can't give you an exact date when the hypenation support will
> improve, but probably within the next month. Regards, Volker supported
> languages: albanian, amharic, arabic, bahasai, bahasam, basque, brazil,
> breton, bulgarian, catalan, coptic, croatian, czech, danish, divehi, dutch,
> english, esperanto, estonian, farsi, finnish, french, galician, german,
> greek, hebrew, hindi, icelandic, interlingua, irish, italian, latin,
> latvian, lsorbian, magyar, norsk, nynorsk, polish, portuges, romanian,
> russian, samin, sanskrit, scottish, serbian, slovak, slovenian, spanish,
> swedish, syriac, thai, turkish, ukrainian, usorbian, welsh
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Resolved
Hi,

there will be no "official" announcement when the feature goes live. I'll try to remember and send you a mail. There is a slight chance that the update will go live together with a couple of other things - these might be announced on our blog or via our twitter account. Feel free to follow at:

http://blog.pediapress.com

http://twitter.com/pediapress

Unfortunately the license text on page ii is not translateable. Since it contains "legal" information we didn't want to make this translatable by the community.

I'll check if it is possible to translate the date with resonable effort - I can't promise anything though.

Regards,

Volker
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