Request for Information

Philippe Verdy verdy_p at
Fri Jul 25 19:36:43 CDT 2014

2014-07-25 17:17 GMT+02:00 CE Whitehead <cewcathar at>:

> From: fantasai <
> <>
> >
> Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2014 20:45:48 +0100
>    > . . .
>    >   b) Arabic breaks between words. Some languages (such as Uyghur)
>    >   allow hyphenation, but most do not.
> Here is a resource that describes them:
> (page 10):

That PDF is completely broken and does not even show the various styles

There are character encoding issues everywhere. It's impossible to
understand the arguments or definitions just by reading it under its
existing form (which was apaprently produced by a broken PDF generator, may
be it was correct in the original editor format, possibly a Word or
OpenOffice document; but here it looks like if it was first exported to
HTML with incorret encodng prodocing tofu and mojibake, then reconverted as

There's not any working example of text justification in it.
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