[sword-devel] XHTML and Khmer
manfred.bergmann at me.com
Sat Dec 22 13:54:21 MST 2012
Thanks, this was indeed the problem.
The zero width space character (which is used massively in Khmer) was for some reason converted to a normal space.
Am 19.12.2012 um 21:23 schrieb Kahunapule Michael Johnson <kahunapule at mpj.cx>:
> The first thing I would check is the handling of the zero-width space, which is supposed to mark possible word break points for line ends, but not look like actual spaces. It looks like those might be turning into visible spaces. (You can see them in operation by resizing a browser window at http://eBible.org/khm/.)
> On 12/19/2012 10:06 AM, Manfred Bergmann wrote:
>> Hi there.
>> I've got two questions:
>> a) what are the XHtml filters. What are they for? Do they do anything different than the HtmlHref filters?
>> b) I've got a request that the Khmer module doesn't display right on Eloquent. There are spaces where there should be no spaces. It's a bit hard so see if you are unfamiliar with this language but I was told so.
>> The display on Eloquent looks same as in BibleDesktop or maybe others.
>> On BibleTime and XulSword (so I was told) it is correct (see screenshots).
>> Now the question is what does BibleTime do different than others. Do you use other render filters?
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