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Old 06-30-2019, 10:47 PM   #21
fduniho
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Hyphenation

By default at least, Librera breaks up and hyphenates long words that come at the end of the line, and Moon+ Reader does not. I am not sure whether they come with options for switching this behavior on or off.

Winner: Moon+ Reader, because I prefer that words do not get broken up, especially when a word comes at the end of a page.
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