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Re: Multilingual TeX --- and a successor to TeX

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Sun, 15 Jun 1997 08:28:37 +0200

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 On Sat, 14 Jun 1997, Vladimir Volovich wrote: > Unfortunately, \TeX\ does not use \verb|\lowercase| when > it breaks paragraphs into lines and searches for hyphenation > (it does this implicitly, i.~e.\ without a call to \verb|\lowercase|), > so it is impossible to meddle with this process \texttt{;-(}. Yeah, and this limitation can be solved by using a proper font encoding! Doing hacks like yours is not the best solution IMHO (and besically unnecessary).     Werner