about text in chinese (appended to the bug report) (Bugs)

by Auge ⌂ @, Sunday, December 04, 2016, 14:19 (1177 days ago) @ Solis


2. Yes, in the normal chinese text, there are no spaces before and after the punctuation marks.

We introduced a new item in the language files named word_delimiters, engineered by Milo. The setting contains nothing (is empty) or a list of delimiters. So it will be possible to cut words at spaces and at delimiters with the next release.

3."、" is not a letter, it is a punctuation mark. In the chinese, it's name is 顿号 [dùn hào]. It's a slight-pause mark used to set off items in a series; used between parallel words or short phrases. if you can read the german, you can visit the page https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aufz%C3%A4hlungskomma

Ok, I will add it to the list of delimiters.

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Tschö, Auge

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