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Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be to use non-breaking one, like the vord always remain complete if it is placed of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠".

In this manner : PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE. But apparently this page have trouble when using the HYPH‑EN (U+2027)...

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one, one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠".

In this manner : PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE. "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE". But apparently this page have trouble when using the HYPH‑EN (U+2027)...(U+2027)... But non use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠"."‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE". But apparently this page have trouble when using the HYPH‑EN (U+2027)... "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But non use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But non use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

About the compatibility the Unicode Standard is best... I can't replace all the time the minus, with the nonbreaking one in Notepad, in webnavigator or else... Hope that you drop support for ISO version. And use only unicode one.

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But non use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

About the compatibility the Unicode Standard is best... I can't replace all the time the minus, with the nonbreaking non-breaking one in Notepad, in webnavigator web-navigator or else... Hope that you drop support for ISO version. And use only unicode Unicode one.

In my case I already replaced the minus in DIC with the U+2011 but I can't change the firefox one I don't know where he is, at least the creator can make two version one with U+2011 the others one with standard Minus... And the user choose which one he want to install...

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But non use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

About the compatibility the Unicode Standard is best... I can't replace all the time the minus, with the non-breaking one in Notepad, in web-navigator or else... Hope that you drop support for ISO version. And use only Unicode one.

In my case I already replaced the minus in DIC with the U+2011 but I can't change the firefox one I don't know where he is, at least the creator can make two version one with U+2011 the others one with standard Minus... And the user choose which one he want to install...

Creating the U+2011 take 10 seconds "CTRL+H" replace "U+002D" with "U+2011"... Then compress to use in Firefox...

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But non use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

About the compatibility the Unicode Standard is best... I can't replace all the time the minus, with the non-breaking one in Notepad, in web-navigator or else... Hope that you drop support for ISO version. version and ASCI. And use only Unicode one.one. We can't limit our self because of primitive technology... Same problem exist with ancient music that were compressed with MP3, and there are now archived in that format with a considerable loss of quality...

In my case I already replaced the minus in DIC with the U+2011 but I can't change the firefox one I don't know where he is, at least the creator can make two version one with U+2011 the others one with standard Minus... And the user choose which one he want to install...

Creating the U+2011 take 10 seconds "CTRL+H" replace "U+002D" with "U+2011"... Then compress to use in Firefox...

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But non no one this t use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

About the compatibility the Unicode Standard is best... I can't replace all the time the minus, with the non-breaking one in Notepad, in web-navigator or else... Hope that you drop support for ISO version and ASCI. And use only Unicode one. We can't limit our self because of primitive technology... Same problem exist with ancient music that were compressed with MP3, and there are now archived in that format with a considerable loss of quality...

In my case I already replaced the minus in DIC with the U+2011 but I can't change the firefox one I don't know where he is, at least the creator can make two version one with U+2011 the others one with standard Minus... And the user choose which one he want to install...

Creating the U+2011 take 10 seconds "CTRL+H" replace "U+002D" with "U+2011"... Then compress to use in Firefox...

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But no one this t use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

About the compatibility the Unicode Standard is best... I can't replace all the time the minus, with the non-breaking one in Notepad, in web-navigator or else... Hope that you drop support for ISO version and ASCI. And use only Unicode one. We can't limit our self because of primitive technology... Same problem exist with ancient music that were compressed with MP3, and there are now archived in that format with a considerable loss of quality...

In my case I already replaced the minus in DIC with the U+2011 but I can't change the firefox one I don't know where he is, at is and I believe it is compressed with an unknown tool...

At least the creator can make two version one with U+2011 the others one with standard Minus... And the user choose which one he want to install...

Creating the U+2011 take 10 seconds "CTRL+H" replace "U+002D" with "U+2011"... Then compress to use in Firefox...

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed at the end of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But no one this t use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

About the compatibility the Unicode Standard is best... I can't replace all the time the minus, with the non-breaking one in Notepad, in web-navigator or else... Hope that you drop support for ISO version and ASCI. And use only Unicode one. We can't limit our self because of primitive technology... Same problem exist with ancient music that were compressed with MP3, and there are now archived in that format with a considerable loss of quality...

In my case I already replaced the minus in DIC with the U+2011 but I can't change the firefox one I don't know where he is and I believe it is compressed with an unknown tool...

At least the creator can make two version one with U+2011 the others one with standard Minus... And the user choose which one he want to install...

Creating the U+2011 take 10 seconds "CTRL+H" replace "U+002D" with "U+2011"... Then compress to use in Firefox...

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always use a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed at the end of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But no one this t use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

About the compatibility the Unicode Standard is best... I can't replace all the time the minus, with the non-breaking one in Notepad, in web-navigator or else... Hope that you drop support for ISO version and ASCI. And use only Unicode one. We can't limit our self because of primitive technology... Same problem exist with ancient music that were compressed with MP3, and there are now archived in that format with a considerable loss of quality...

In my case I already replaced the minus in DIC with the U+2011 but I can't change the firefox one I don't know where he is and I believe it is compressed with an unknown tool...

At least the creator can make two version one with U+2011 the others one with standard Minus... And the user choose which one he want to install...

Creating the U+2011 take 10 seconds "CTRL+H" replace "U+002D" with "U+2011"... Then compress to use in Firefox...

Hi Shm_get, I don't understand what you are trying to say... It is no very clear, because a compounded vord always use a "-" but it would be much better to use non-breaking one (U+2011), like the compounded vord always remain complete if it is placed at the end of the phrase.

You confound syllabic separation with compound term using two or more complete vords... For the kind of separation of that the link you showed, it is better to use hyph-en "‧⁠" (U+2027).

In this manner : "PEUT‑Ê‧⁠TRE".... But no one this t use this kind of "PEUT‑Ê‑⁠TRE" separation in real life but this one "PEUT‑ÊTRE".

About the compatibility the Unicode Standard is best... I can't replace all the time the minus, with the non-breaking one in Notepad, in web-navigator or else... Hope that you drop support for ISO version and ASCI. And use only Unicode one. We can't limit our self because of primitive technology... Same problem exist with ancient music that were compressed with MP3, and there are now archived in that format with a considerable loss of quality...

In my case I already replaced the minus in DIC with the U+2011 but I can't change the firefox one I don't know where he is and I believe it is compressed with an unknown tool...

At least the creator can make two version one with U+2011 the others one with standard Minus... And the user choose which one he want to install...

Creating the U+2011 take 10 seconds "CTRL+H" replace "U+002D" with "U+2011"... Then compress to use in Firefox...