Euro Hyphenator XT 2.1.2 full review
So how can a small XTension offer this? It uses a linguistic pattern recognition system developed by *TALO, a Dutch-based organization. Developed by Lenie Woestenburg-Van Hees and her husband Jaap Woestenburg with the intention of creating a Dutch hyphenation system (which was integrated into WordPerfect in 1985), *TALO does not focus on specific words, working instead with their roots. Each language module has two elements. There’s the standard algorithm from which the hyphenations are derived, and, additionally, each module has an associated exception list that a user can add to. Such a list can also be imported. For instance, you may wish to hyphenate capitalized words but exclude certain place names. The exception list will deal with this. A multi-user copy of the software can also store a central exceptions list for sharing between users. Accessible via the Utilities menu, Euro Hyphenator can have a document-based hyphenation keyboard shortcut allocated to it. Alternatively, a text box, selection or specific word can be hyphenated, the latter through Quark’s standard -H shortcut. So with the International-English module, Quark users have an immediate replacement for the standard Quark US-English dictionary – a useful by-product. Other settings include the usual ones: smallest permissible word plus minimum number of words before/after hyphenation. For Passport users, Euro Hyphenator has another useful feature – the ability to switch between language modules automatically within the same document.