Help applying kinsoku set

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Nov 30, 2021 Nov 30, 2021

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Hello everyone,

I am using InDesign in English with options for Asian languages enabled. I have this document with a hard kinsoku set that is being applied judging by the text highlights for push in and push out or non-breakable character combinations.

However, as you can see on the screenshot, the settings don't seem to be in use in all cases. The red arrows point to the character ー which is set as a "can't begin line character", and still it does begin lines in a number of cases.

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May 16, 2022 May 16, 2022

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Hey

 

Not too familiar with this language or the glyphs - so is this just a glyph / text character that tells the reader/user that it cannot start at the start of a sentence? 

 

Usually - you would use the No Break feature to ensure certain characters don't break over lines. 

 

Just curious and hoping you can shed some light on how and what you expect to happen.

Hopefully, someone with some knowledge of your language can shed some light on it.

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