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Re: [O] markup problem on using 2-bite language

From: 노정태
Subject: Re: [O] markup problem on using 2-bite language
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 14:27:54 +0900

Hi, Jambunathan.

It's very weird, but markdown works in that way. I don't know why.

Anyway, I got a solution from Bastien, and it works.
So I can dig into org-mode little bit more. ;-)


2011/7/10 Jambunathan K <address@hidden>
노정태 <address@hidden> writes:

> Greetings, everybody.
> I've been wondering to find the best tool for writers, not for
> programmers.
> I used Emacs Muse 3 months ago, but changed to org mode.
> It gave me some satisfaction, but there is one big problem.
> I am a Korean, and use Korean in every time, every day.
> But in Korean Alphabet(Hangul), I should put text markup symbols
> *between* the letters.
> Because in Korean language, words used to made of two or three parts,
> And to make a more accurate _expression_, I need to *, /, _ in the
> middle of a word.
> But as you can see, org-mode support *emphasis*, but doesn't
> *emph*asis.
> If you want to activate the emphasis of the second one, you should
> write as "*emph* asis",
> And that's a nonsense.
> To make it sure I installed the newest version, 7.6., but the problem
> is even.
> Recently I made a plan to move to markdown mode, just because of this
> matter.

How does markdown solve the problem? Just curious. I hope the last
sentence in the previous para is not a threat :-).

> Can anybody give me a solution, or a sign of sympathy?
> Thank you.
> Sincerely,
> Jeongtae Roh.


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