_____/ On Tue 24 Jan 2006 04:27:21 GMT, [Jeremy C. Reed] wrote : \_____
I have a itemize list with:
* Traffic from the internal LAN to the Internet is permitted
(LAN_INET) and must be translated (LAN_INET_NAT).
* Traffic from the internal LAN to the DMZ is permitted
* Traffic from the Internet to servers in the DMZ is permitted (INET_DMZ).
* Traffic from the Internet that's being redirected to spamd(8) is
I am using koma scrbook. My page width is 6 inches.
The first and second items of list are not formatted correctly. The
"(LAN_INET)" and the "(LAN_DMZ)" are not wrapped to next line and go out
into the right margin. There are no special fonts.
To workaround this, I manually enter a Linebreak.
How can I get this to justify word-wrap correctly?
Also, maybe related, when I have a couple words of typewriter mixed in my
regular content, then I also lose my correct justification. I thought I
saw a posting on how to automatically fix this recently, but can't find
There was recently a thread about justification and hyphenation, but
particularly about tendency of margins to be dishonoured at times .
There were various solutions proposed. Insertion of a linebreak is, as you
already know, undesirable. This may break as the output type (or
compiliation process) changes.
I don't know how to solve the issue of justifying a mixture of fonts. If I
were you, as a workaround, I would try to manipluate the font size. Again,
this is far from ideal, for the same reasons listed above.
With kind regards,