[liblouis-liblouisxml] Re: Missing spaces in translated text

Paul,

 

I think I have reproduced your bug. See my previous document with the
attached file. Thanks for the forum address.

 

 

Best regards from Ohio, U.S.A.,

 

Vic

E-mail:  <mailto:vic.beckley@xxxxxxxxxx> vic.beckley@xxxxxxxxxx

 

From: liblouis-liblouisxml-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:liblouis-liblouisxml-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Paul Wood
Sent: Wednesday, November 02, 2011 10:48 AM
To: liblouis-liblouisxml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [liblouis-liblouisxml] Re: Missing spaces in translated text

 

I had similar behavour with <em> at the beginning of a paragraph. In my case
it didn't tag the first word. This I believe was due to some weird tags
added by MS Word so the word xml tagging was split up. You could try
creating a blank document with a heading 1, so it validates, then paste that
paragraph in. check the results. then do the same document, but this time
type it in fresh. check those results. If you find they are different it's
the bug I had, but with <strong>.

Anyway more help with the Save-as-DAISY plug-in is available through their
forum: http://www.daisy.org/forums/save-as-daisy-microsoft

 

HTH

Paul

On 2 November 2011 14:17, Vic Beckley <vic.beckley@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

John,

There is a space between the </strong> and the next <strong> tags. This is
how the Word DAISY plug-in saved the XML. I thought it was a strange way to
save it too. There was nothing unusual about the Word document. The whole
phrase was bolded. Do you know if there is any way to get in contact with
the DAISY plug[ins creators to report something like this?



Best regards from Ohio, U.S.A.,

Vic
E-mail: vic.beckley@xxxxxxxxxx

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[mailto:liblouis-liblouisxml-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of John J.
Boyer
Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2011 6:16 PM
To: liblouis-liblouisxml@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [liblouis-liblouisxml] Re: Missing spaces in translated text


Hi Vic,

The problem is that each word is individually enclosed in <strong> tags.
If you enclose the whole phrase in a single pair of tags the problem
should go away. You might also try putting a space after the </strong>
ending tags.

John

On Tue, Nov 01, 2011 at 01:38:21PM -0400, Vic Beckley wrote:
> John,
>
> In the attached XML document, when I emboss it with Braille Blaster, there
> are no spaces within the text that is within <strong? And <em> tags. The
> spaces are there in the actual XML. At the beginning of paragraph 4, the
"S"
> at the beginning of "start" is not capitalized. It is in the XML. Can you
> duplicate this?
>
>
> Best regards from Ohio, U.S.A.,
>
> Vic
> E-mail: vic.beckley@xxxxxxxxxx
>
>



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