> >Hn [...] does not change the size of weight of fonts.
Hmmm...so <Hn> tags are supported in the not-supported-at-all sort of sense.
At least that's cleared up.
> > Wrapping mid-word [...] can easily be avoided with a little bit of
> > server-side magic.
Getting that magic just right is proving elusive for me. It gets very messy
when & = 1 char, and 驪 = 2 chars. Nick, I see you were having
similar problems a couple of months back (per archives). Would anyone be
prepared to share their solution?
> People evidently do a good job of putting together the fragments of words
> together from the end of one line to the beginning of the next. This is
> probably very similar to readability using hyphenation. [...] and is a
good use of space.
This is an interesting viewpoint, but I find it hard to swallow. This is
_not_ the same as hyphenation, in 2 v/important ways: the hyphen itself as
the prime indicator of wordbreaking is missing, and hyphenation follows
strict rules in order to achieve legibility. An even more efficient use of
space would be to omitallspacesbetweenwords... Perhaps a suggestion for the
next generation of iMode browsers?
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Received on Sat Dec 9 02:15:30 2000