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Re: [w3m-dev 04309] Re: w3m eats spaces
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- Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2008 10:02:29 +0900
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(BOn Wed, Jul 02, 2008 at 01:00:13PM +0900, Katsumi Yamaoka wrote:
(B> >> I think this patch will fix it.
(B> >> [w3m-dev 04238] [patch] simple preserve space
(B> >> http://www.sic.med.tohoku.ac.jp/~satodai/w3m-dev/200705.month/4238.html
(B> I realized there is one problem that cannot be tolerated in the
(B> patch. Japanese text can be folded even at the middle of a word,
(B> but a program should never put space characters there when
(B> rendering the text. However, not only the patched w3m but also
(B> Firefox 3.0 do it. OTOH, the original w3m and IE 7 do not it.
(B> I'm confused, but I feel like that the original w3m and IE 7 do
(B> the right thing.
(BYes, I see.
(BIt has been mentioned by SAKAMOTO-san,
(B[w3m-dev 03508] Re: save space in JP chars
(B> # w3m $B0J30$N%V%i%&%6$N%P%0$H;W$C$F$$$k$N$G!"(B
(B> # $B$"$s$^$j>h$j5$$G$O$J$$$G$9$,!"(B
(BSo, we can disable ``simple'' preserve space by w3m's option
(B(Charset Settings -> Simple Preserve Space: NO).
(B> You can test it with this page:
(B> Maybe the best way w3m goes is to preserve only space characters
(B> between graphical characters.
(BIt is preferable, but it is too much for me... sorry.