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    Hi, I’m trying to render a document with Thai text, and I’m finding that zero width spaces (u+200B for example) that are used in Thai text render as a regular space.
    I’ve tried the following:
    u200B | ​ (visible space)
    u200C | ‌ | ‌ (not visible, but doesn’t line break)
    u200D | ‍ | ‍ (not visible, but doesn’t line break)

    I am certain I am importing the TTF font correctly, because the Thai text is printing correctly. What character or method can I use to ensure that PD4ML will break lines where appropriate without showing a visible space in every line-breakable location?


    Could I please have a response to this, even if its a request for me to provide more information?


    Sorry for the delay with the reply.

    PD4ML supports soft hyphens (­), but I am afraid it is not exactly what you need. We’ll try to add and support to the next release.


    Has support for zero width spaces been included in any recent release (similar Thai text issue occurring here)

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