Dr. Werner Popken
Thu Sep 27 09:46:50 CEST 2007
> Well this obviously one of the issues caused by reformed spelling rules (or
> its implementation in algorithms).
> Proposed solutions:
> 1) Try with the hyphenation file for normal German spelling:
> 2) Set the hyphenation settings for your document to "Hyphenation Suggestions"
I would have to check every single word, right? Quite impossible with
a book of hundreds of pages.
> 3) Try to place a smart hyphen after the first "s"
Ok, that was my first idea, but then the text editor was totally
messed up, so I didn't dare to change anything and rather write to the
list. I could have inserted the smart hyphen into the source text,
though, and reload it.
Yes, thanks a lot! I downloaded de_OLDSPELL.zip and it contained 2
files: de_OLDSPELL.dic and de_OLDSPELL.aff
de_OLDSPELL.dic should be renamed to hyph_de.dic - what about the
other? Also, the content of all three files look VERY different:
examples (first lines)
# (c) copyright by Bjoern Jacke <bjoern at j3e.de>
# my be used under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence version 2
# This licence can be found at http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html
# inseparable ge- prefix for verbs
PFX G N 1
PFX G 0 ge . # rufen > gerufen
# un- prefix for anything
PFX U Y 1
PFX U 0 un . # gesund > ungesund
Totally confused :-(
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