[Scribus] How teaching hyphenation?
Wed Nov 30 13:13:42 CET 2005
On Wednesday 30 November 2005 12:45, Eilert wrote:
> Hi Craig,
> Craig Bradney schrieb:
> > On Wednesday 30 November 2005 08:15, Eilert wrote:
> >>The other day, I found a hyphenation mistake (the first one I ever
> >>discovered in Scribus). One word was taken apart at the wrong place
> >>"Unterrichtss-toff" instead of "Unterrichts-stoff".
> >>Is there a way to "teach" the auto-hyphenation new words?
> > Can you please test in OpenOffice.org too?
> Yes, you're right, OOo 2.0 makes the same mistake. It proposes three
> places in the word, and one of them is wrong: Un-ter-richtss-toff
> instead of Un-ter-richts-stoff.
> Well, but does this answer my question? The text was imported from OOo
> into Scribus, but Scribus ignores the hyphenation made by OOo, doesn't
> it. So the question remains, is there a way to define exceptions?
No, there is not a way, but as we use OO.org files, this is where the error
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