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\hyphenation{…} list is not used

I am using xelatex, couldnt find out why I am not getting hyphens from the list I created. Is this because of my font (Brill), cause I used Times New Roman which renders with my hyphens. Who is to be ...
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1answer
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Raise/lower a single character of a font (hyphen)

The font I'm using (Merriweather Sans) places the hyphen a little too high: Is there any way I can fix this for the entire document, in a way that doesn't affect the other fonts? Test document: ...
4
votes
1answer
287 views

Change the font of \hyphenchar

I'm using Tex with Telugu and English languages. When a word is hyphenated, the hyphen symbol, as apparently is not found in Telugu font, appears as undefined symbol. I want to change it's font to ...
9
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230 views

Glyph alternates break hyphenation

Alan Munn explined in Use stylistic set variations only for certain glyphs how to enable glyph alternates for a certain subset of glyphs. I'm using the second method he described (the other method ...
8
votes
2answers
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Different hyphenation pattern when using oldstyle figures?

It appears that there are different hyphenation patters when using oldstyle figures or not. Consider the following MWE: \documentclass[a4paper,10pt]{scrartcl} \areaset[current]{336pt}{600pt} ...
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votes
1answer
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How to automatically hyphenate within \texttt?

This question was phrased as a bug report for LaTeX and I thought it would be helpful to be presented here (including an answer). The person had a lot of "common words" in typewriter font sprinkled ...
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How to create a virtual font?

In his answer to the question Replace hyphenation character by a backwards arrow, Hendrik Vogt writes: If you come into a situation where you want your hyphenchar to be something like ...
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In LuaTex is it possible to change font/language according to the script/glyphs used?

I am a XeLaTeX user and I often have to typeset english-greek documents. Packages like xgreek or polyglossia are great but in order to apply the correct hyphenation rules you have to declare the text ...