[XeTeX] Ancient Greek hyphenation
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Fri Apr 20 01:13:09 CEST 2007
Am 19.04.2007 um 23:42 schrieb Manny Ram.:
> Thanks for your time. Unfortunately, I tried "sudo
> fmtutil-sys", only to receive the following message:
> "We trust you have received the usual lecture from the
> local System Administrator. It usually boils down to
> these three things:..."
The first time an user with an admin role in Mac OS X tries to work
with "elevated privileges," he or she is warned this way. Is the
warning so hard to understand and to apply?
> I eliminiated "sudo" and the commands went through ok.
This is not an optimum solution ...
> Yet my Xetex document remains without hyphens.
Jonathan Kew explained a few times that TeX tries to live without
hyphenations. There are particular situations in which no hyphenation
happens, for example when using a monospaced or typewriter font, or
> I even tried " texexec --make --all". Nothing.
I would have not imagined a different result. Texexec is a script
particularly used in the world of ConTeXt.
Are you able to produce decent XeTeX output in a Latin script? Maybe
it helps you when passing this stage to handle a non-Latin script.
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