From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Sep 05 2003 - 03:59:55 PDT
Could it be that your text contains some characters outside of
ISO-8859-1 encoding? In this case you should use special codelist that
specifies mapping from 8-bit encoding used by TeX pattern file to Unicode.
Please refer to section 6. "Configuring Hyphenation Patterns" of "XEP
User Guide" (userguide.pdf).
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
CMM> Dear all
CMM> we are having a problem with hyphenation for Hungarian using XEP (3.5.4, same problem with 3.5.3). We are using the TeX hyphenation dictionary huhyph.tex and have found that hyphenation within
CMM> table cells is incorrect.
CMM> For example, fi-gyelmeztető is getting wrongly hyphenated as figye-lmeztető and sebes-ségmérő is getting wrongly hyphenated as sebess-égmérő.
CMM> Has anyone else come across a similar issue? Any help would be much appreciated.
CMM> Many thanks
CMM> Mavis Cournane
CMM> Ford Motor Company
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