- Japanese words cut in the middle
- Japanese words wrap is incorrect
- When Japanese displays on multiple lines, words may start on one line and finish on the next line
- In Crystal Reports, Japanese characters that form one word, display the first character on one line, and the remaining characters on the next line
- Crystal Reports 10
- Crystal Reports XI
- Crystal Reports XI R2
- Crystal Reports 2008
Reproducing the Issue
- In Crystal Reports, create a report of a data source containing Japanese
- Insert a database fields that contains a Japanese sentence.
- Set the formatting option: Can Grow, for the database fields inserted.
- Preview the report
Notice the Japanese characters displaying on multiple lines, may start one word at the end of one line, and complete the word on the next line.
For example: The following Japanese sentence means: Do you speak Japanese?
The word Japanese is composed of 3 kanji, which is: 日本語
When inserting the above sentence in Crystal Reports, and the object size is smaller than the full sentence, it could display the sentence on two lines like:
As you can see the word Japanese (日本語) starts on the first line, and the last character of the word is on the second line. The expected behavior would be the word stays on the same line like:
- Word wrapping move text to the next line if the word separated by space cannot fully display on one line.
- But if the whole line is a string of consecutive characters that cannot be displayed on one line, it cut the text to the maximum number of characters that can be displayed on one line, and continue the text on the next line.
- Japanese is written without space between words, and this is why word may start on one line and complete on the next line.
- This is the normal behavior when displaying a string of consecutive characters that cannot be displayed on one line, it cut the text to the maximum number of characters that can be displayed on one line, and continue the text on the next line.
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