|Acrolinx Server||Versions 2.8 or later|
Some users work with terms that should always contain a non-breaking space when they are used in a document. To ensure that these terms are written correctly, users can enter these terms in the Terminology Manager with Unicode values for non-breaking characters.
However, in older versions of the Acrolinx linguistic resources, you must first enable special term variant rules first. These rules ensure that Acrolinx can flag terms that are written with a different breaking or non-breaking character to the character that is defined in the term entry.
To enable term variant rules for breaking and non-breaking characters, follow these steps
Open the relevant language configuration file
If you are using server version 2.10 or later, open your overlay of the language configuration file from the following location:
If this file does not yet exist, make a copy it from your server installation directory first.
Add following rule names to the property
These rule names should be inserted between the MorSynResRule and the ExactMatchRule .
terminology.variantRules=MorSynResRule, NonBreakableCharactersInTermRule, NonBreakableCharactersInInputRule, ExactMatchRule, EnglishAcronymRule, CapitalizedTermRule, AllLexicalWithFirstFunctionalRule, AllLexicalWithLastFunctionalRule, CaseRule, SpaceRule, HyphenationRule, NormalizationRule, LegalVariantRule
- Save the language configuration file and reload the language configuration.