With WordPress 4.3.x a bug was reintroduced that stripped all zero-width spaces (U+200B) from the text. This obviously caused a problem for Khmer text as we use zero-width spaces to specify word-breaks for both spell checking and line-breaking. So, especially on Android smart-phones, Khmer text was very difficult to read on WordPress blogs. But thanks to លោក ទេព សុវិចិត្រ and the volunteers at WordPress and TinyMCE we have a patch that fixes the issue. You can download it below (unzip the file and place the .js in your wordpress installation directory /wp-includes/js/tinymce ):
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