From: Phillips, Addison (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jan 17 2009 - 13:56:35 CST
Dang. I should have taken the screen shot yesterday.
Now neither U+2010 nor U+2011 generates a break. Only hyphen-minus and SHY do. The same test yesterday produced different results for me. It may have something to do with how I entered the code points: I use the Chinese Unicode IME when I want to poke in a specific code point. But I did that this morning [and setting document language to Chinese doesn't seem to change the hyphenation handling].
Same computer using Word 2007. See http://www.inter-locale.com/images/word-breaking.jpg
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> > I just had to try it. Actually, Word will break after any hyphen,
> > including U+2011 (the non-breaking hyphen), at least on my setup.
> Not in mine: Word 2007.
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