From: Asmus Freytag (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 24 2007 - 02:17:22 CST
> Adam Twardoch wrote on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 5:02 PM
>> On a related note: in Polish typesetting practice, hard hyphens are
>> always promoted to the next line if soft hyphens occur in the text.
>> So if I have a sentence "Tam wisi czerwono-niebieska flaga" and the
>> optimal line break occurs where the hard hyphen already exists, the
>> text will be hyphenated like this:
>> Tam wisi czerwono-
>> -niebieska flaga.
>> AFAIK, this practice is not widespread in other languages, though may
>> exist in some.
This is an interesting case of spelling change around a line-break
opportunity that is *not* given by an SHY. I think this calls for adding
this example to UAX#14. (With your permission, I'll use your example and
credit you - can I get a translation of the sample string?)
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