{hyphenation} is about controlling hyphenation in (La)TeX documents.

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How to get hanging hyphenation?

I am using XeTeX from TeXLive-2010-Basic in OSX with plain-format. My try was to follow the TeXbooks setup for commas et such (which I already have working nicely): \defaulthyphenchar=`‐% it is ...
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How can I prevent LaTeX from breaking words and wrapping them to the next line?

I want to have my entire document fully justified but without the words being broken up and hyphenated at the end of a line if it is too long. I have come across the \raggedright argument which ...
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How does this answer work?

Harald Hanche-Olsen posted some interesting code in answer to this question. Could someone explain how it works? I understand (I think) the futurelet and the expansions. I don't understand: Where ...
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LuaTeX cyrillic hyphenation problems

I am trying to use LuaTeX (LuaLaTeX) in MiKTeX 2.9 and I'm stuck with getting it to load cyrillic hyphenation patterns. I'm quite new to LuaTeX, so maybe there's something special about hyphenation ...
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How to prevent LaTeX from hyphenating the entire document?

I can't find where I can remove any kind of hyphenation and just have LaTeX just do a line break. edit: Honestly speaking I just don't like to read hyphenation anywhere and that's the only reason why ...
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Prevent hyphenation and use line break in block of text

I have a custom block of text on my title page which can be longer than a single line. By default LaTeX is hyphenating a word at the end of a line, but I want it to break on to the next line. How do ...
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How do I select the hyphenation algorithm I want to use.

I'd like to use a particular hyphenation pattern, not linked to the language I defined as main language (with polyglossia in xelatex). Is there something like this:? \selecthyphenation{french}
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How to add hyphenation support for custom command?

Given the following custom commands: \newcommand{\topic}[1]{#1\index{#1}} \newcommand{\class}[1]{\textsf{\topic{#1}}} which is used for Java classes with full package name, like: ...
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List the citation key shown by \citep in the references.

Some months ago, I asked a question regarding bibliography hyphenation issue here. In a nutshell, when I was having problems with the hyphenation of the citation keys in the text, I included the ...
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How can I prevent hyphenation in a table column?

I have a table (tabular) with some fixed width columns, and I'd like to prevent a hyphen being inserted (preferring a line break to be inserted prematurely). The sample table's content is below. ...
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Adequate hyphenation of words already containing a hyphen

Unlike in English, in German there are quite a few words that contain a hyphen, e.g., "Arbeiter-Unfallversicherung" (workers' accident insurance). By default, (La)TeX will only break such words after ...
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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 ...
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Why words with accented characters can't be automatic hyphenated with the default OT1 enconding?

I was reading the first answer to this question: Why should I use \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}? [...] the default font encoding (OT1) of TeX is 7-bit and uses fonts that have 128 glyphs, and so do ...
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Line breaking (or hyphenation?) of references in apalike

This is a problem I encountered some time ago and I never could solve it: how can you achieve correct line-breaking or hyphenation when citing references with the apalike style? Here is an example: ...