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Re: w3m eats spaces
- From: Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2008 13:00:13 +0900
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>>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.10186] d+w3m@xxxxxx wrote:
>> I think this patch will fix it.
>> [w3m-dev 04238] [patch] simple preserve space
>> But I do not know whether it is correct approarch.
>>>>> In [w3m-dev : No.04303] Katsumi Yamaoka wrote:
> Even if the change might cause a side effect, it seems to be
> harmless. So, I hope the patch is applied to w3m officially.
> Anyway, I'm going to try using the patched w3m for a while.
I realized there is one problem that cannot be tolerated in the
patch. Japanese text can be folded even at the middle of a word,
but a program should never put space characters there when
rendering the text. However, not only the patched w3m but also
Firefox 3.0 do it. OTOH, the original w3m and IE 7 do not it.
I'm confused, but I feel like that the original w3m and IE 7 do
the right thing. You can test it with this page:
Maybe the best way w3m goes is to preserve only space characters
between graphical characters.