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Korean language: Hanging punctuation issue

Community Beginner ,
Nov 17, 2020

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As you can see the above image, a period mark moves to the next line.

Can you give a hint how to solve this problem (hanging punctuation mark: period, comma, closing parenthesis)?

 

For your information: Korean language, Korean font, FM 2019

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Korean language: Hanging punctuation issue

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As you can see the above image, a period mark moves to the next line.

Can you give a hint how to solve this problem (hanging punctuation mark: period, comma, closing parenthesis)?

 

For your information: Korean language, Korean font, FM 2019

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Have you also set the paragraph language to Korean (tab "Font" in the "Paragraph Designer") and activated the "Use Asian Composer" (tab "Asian" in the "Paragraph Designer") and updated the Paragraph Style with this?

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Nov 18, 2020

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Yes, I activated "Use Asian Composer" (tab "Asian" in the "Paragraph Designer") and updated the Paragraph style.

But, not solved.

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Is it happening in other documents? If not, then it's got to be something about this doc; if so, then I'd suspect something in the font used.

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Nov 18, 2020

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Regarding Korean language (additionally Chinese and Japanese languages as well), of course, regardless of fonts used, is there any way to handle Kumihan table?

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Please refer to the following guide

http://www.frameusers.com/uploads/2016/02/FM6_MIF_Reference.pdf

Pg 231

 

Hope this helps.

 

Thanks

Amitoj Singh

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