[Scribus] "hyphenator" ?? what is it ? :)

Craig Bradney cbradney
Thu Nov 17 02:12:27 CET 2005

On Thursday 17 November 2005 02:07, stu seven wrote:
>    Sorry... I've been seeing this on my desktop
> for months, and still don't know what it means...
> to me, HYPHENATION is... putting dashes
> between words... hyphenated words are not
> all that common, and I'm wondering what exactly
> Scribus is referring to with this term, "hyphenator" ?
>    Here are some guesses :)
> 1.   The Scribus Hyphenator automatically puts
> single SPACES between words ?  (not that... hmmm)
> 2.  Scribus Hyphenator is an acronym maker ?
> It converts sentences into new acronyms... we can
> never get enough of those, right ?  :)  WCNGEOTR
> (probably not... but a good guess).
> 3,   Last guess... Scribus hyphenator is a left
> handed monkee wrench meant to expose newbies
> (ah ha... I'm getting closer, no ?).
>     OK, I give up.  What IS the Scribus Hyphenator ?

Err.. one would have to guess at a tool for hyphenating your text. 

You will need to turn on auto hyphenate for it to work when you type, or you 
can do it the word by word manual way.

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