[tex-hyphen] a question about "office"
bnb at ams.org
Fri Feb 5 14:56:38 CET 2016
I?m not sure whether the patterns should have exceptions for LibreOffice
I must confess that English hyphenation is magic to me (I understand
hyphenation in German, Latin and ancient Greek [and of course, in
Spanish]). But English hyphenation is beyond my understanding.
well, english *spelling* is beyond
the understanding of many english
speakers, even those who "grew up"
with it. i'll accept your suggestion,
but am not today where i can co anything
about it. (office closed on account of
So I submit the issue to your consideration (maybe "Li-bre-Office" and
"Open-Office" should be the right hyphenation points for those words).
i agree with "Open-Office", but nothing
will persuade me to hyphenate "Libre"
(hyphen before "Office" is good.)
Many thanks for your help
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