Re: proposal for new character 'soft/preferred line break'

From: Christopher Fynn <>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2014 18:30:44 +0600

On 06/02/2014, Rhavin Grobert <> wrote:

> No, you did not understand. <wbr> is like &shy; its below the whitespace
> level: if the line is to long, it breaks a word:

Not really alike. <wbr> is an HTML tag while &shy; is a named
reference for a character.

Unicode has nothing to do with <wbr> as it is higher level markup.

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