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Babel with UKenglish does not use British English hyphenation? [duplicate]

I am having trouble understanding the hyphenation rules of "babel". According to this question, selecting either UKenglish or british should result in Oxford dictionary type hyphenation. But it ...
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german hyphenation

I am using inputenc to have umlauts etc. it works fine, if I am not change hyphenation , but I want to have german hyphenation too. \documentclass[12pt,twoside]{report} \usepackage[a4paper]{geometry} ...
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Babel Multilingual Hyphenation Order of Precedence?

When I use multiple languages with Babel (e.g., with \usepackage[german,french,latin,english]{babel}), I realize that english is the default language because it is the last listed, but what does Babel ...
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Automatically Detect Foreign Language for Hyphenation?

Is there a LaTeX package that automatically detects which foreign language a particular part of a multi-language TeX document is so that it can hyphenate it appropriately, or do I have to manually ...
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Problem with Swedish hyphenation using apa6 with \usepackage[swedish]{babel} [duplicate]

I can't seem to get Swedish hyphenation to work within the document when using the apa6 document class, though I am using the Swedish babel package. The problem is not citation related, but concerns ...
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Prevent biblatex from printing the language name and use language only for hyphenation

In my .bib-file the language field is filled out in all entries. As MWE, they all look (as expected) like: @Collection{Bakker:Grammar, editor = {Egbert J[an] Bakker}, gender = {sm}, title ...
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Two hyphenation problems with non-language items

The first hyphenation problem occurs with the double-word "algébrico-géometriques", which is in French, and I'm writing in English. Unfortunately, I already tried different variants of ...
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Autohyphenation of compound Russian words

The title says it all... how? There are a lot of compound Russian words that have a hyphen and they need to be hyphenated just like any other word. Polyglossia can do this for German with "- and "= ...
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How to typeset Tibetan in XeLatex with correct linebreaks?

I am trying to typeset Tibetan language in a document, but the text does not wrap at the margin. I think this could be easily fixed if I tell XeLaTeX to recognise the Tibetan tsheg character ('TIBETAN ...
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How I can add my own language [closed]

I wrote an artificial language (conlang). What I can add my own language in LaTeX? Conlang has more letters than English (utf8 and some ligatures) and specyfic hyphenations. Where is simple/minimal ...
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Hyphenating words with archaic spellings

I often work with texts from the 17- to 1800s that (in addition to now obsolete words) contain familiar words in slightly different spelling. The language of these texts, and of the ones I'm writing, ...
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patgen: tex file generation from dictionary [closed]

I am managing a project where we will need to run patgen on a new niche language (a mixture of English and vernacular). I am just wondering if anyone has any advice on generating the patterns. For ...
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Overfull hbox with British English

I write in British English and occasionally I get an overfull hbox warning because LaTeX does not know how to break a word correctly in its British form. For example, the word 'analysing' causes an ...
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Change hyphenation patterns only for a chapter

I am currently writing a book in Italian using LyX and I use \usepackage[italian]{babel} in the preamble. However, I need to write a chapter of this book in a different language. How can I change ...
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Adding letters in hyphenation of Swedish words

Swedish writing conventions states that in compound words, when three successive identical consonants occur, one of them should be omitted. An example of this is glass (ice cream) and strut (cone), ...
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Text Alignment problem [closed]

I am having a problem with the alignment in my pdf. The pdf is compiled with Xelatex. Some words instead of being separated with a "-" and continue at the bottom line are written whole in the upper ...
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! Package babel Error: Language definition file armenian.ldf not found

I'd like to use hyphenation with armenian language. Here is my test code (the armenian text is in utf8). \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{xunicode} ...
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Hyphenation exceptions not loaded when using babel with multiple languages

When I use babel with more than one language loaded, my hyphenation exceptions are not used. Here is an example: ====== hy.tex ======= \hyphenation{para-dichloro-diphenyl-trichloro-ethane} ====== ...
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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 ...
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babel's hyphenation-friendly hyphen "= in multiple languages

Why doesn't the hyphenation work with multiple languages? See code: \documentclass[a4paper]{report} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{lmodern} ...
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Custom hyphenation for different languages in XeTeX

When I define custom hyphenation with \hyphenation in XeTeX, it seems to only work for the main body of the text, but not for the bits inside \text<language> (as in \textgerman) environments. I ...
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Specifying multiple hyphenation exception lists for multi-lingual documents

This question led to a new feature in a package: babel By default, (La)TeX fails at hyphenating some words, e.g., the English word potable (should be pot-able) or the German word Mor-dop-fer ...
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Hyphenation for mixed language document

I'm currently writing my Bachelor's thesis in English but have to include a German abstract. Hyphenation will not work for German words unless I include the ngerman package. But then English words are ...
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babel: Adding ngerman' s language shorthands to english as the main document language

The (n)german language option of the babel package provides various shorthands related to hyphenation, e.g. "-: "an explicit hyphen sign, allowing hyphenation in the rest of the word" (manual, section ...
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How to hyphenate Portuguese in plain TeX?

I'd like to use plain TeX in Portuguese, but I don't know how to hyphenate in this language, or in any other language than English. What do I have to do?
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biblatex: Switching languages for *citations* according to the bibentry's “hyphenation” field

Quoting from section 3.1.2.1 of the biblatex manual: [The babel] option controls which language environment is used if the babel package is loaded and a bibliography entry includes a ...
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Hyphenation of bibliographies with multiple languages using xelatex,xgreek and biblatex

I am trying to use XeLaTeX to produce a document written in Greek that includes both English and Greek bibliography. i am using for this purpose a combination of xgreek, biblatex packages and biber. ...
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biblatex: per-entry language switching

According to biblatex manual (p.24), the hyphenation field in a bib-entry switches language on per-entry basis: hyphenation field The language of the bibliography entry. The identifier must be ...
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No hyphenation patterns were loaded for the language

I'm using babel package for spanish language. However, each time I compile my document, the package babel throws me a warning: Package babel Warning: No hyphenation patterns were loaded for (babel) ...
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New language - hyphenation

I'm working in a project (Ubuntu Manual, if you're curious) which requires TeX to create a PDF document. But when we have almost all translated, I've found that there wasn't an hyphenation pattern for ...