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

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An equivalent of psfrag and polyglossia together?

I need to use psfrag, and Georgian language, for which the only available possibility to get correct hyphenation that I could find was polyglossia. However, seemingly psfrag does not work with xelatex ...
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URL citation: Control breaks and add 'Accessed' as prefix text

Please consider the following BibTex reference output (source can be found below): I am using \bibliographystyle{plain} as the output fits the requirements of a paper I'm writing. I tried natbib, ...
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Cannot use xgreek in XeLatex with Fedora

I am trying to enable greek hyphenation in a XeLatex document. But when I do I get: |Package `xgreek' version 2.4 by Apostolos Syropoulos |! Undefined control sequence. |\ds@monogreek ->\language ...
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Hyphenation with Acronyms

I have difficulties getting hyphenation right in long acronyms with user-defined hyphenation rules when trying to prevent line breaks between the long and the short form. \documentclass{article} ...
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Hyphenation of words containing apostrophes

My question is plain and simple. Any way to hyphen words such as “Lor'themar”, “Kel'Thuzad”, etc.? Using \hyphenation{Kel'-Thu-zad} gives me this error, for instance when compiling. Error in ...
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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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Listings and Babel (with some languages) are breaking hyphenation

In the following document \documentclass{article} %\usepackage[german]{babel} % also try english, ngerman and dutch \usepackage{listings} \begin{document} \thispagestyle{empty} \begin{minipage}{1em} ...
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Em dash out of right margin

I am almost sure this question was already asked somewhere (I couldn't find it). Still why my em dash and the word proceeding it are typeset out of margins? the source is proliferation---nextword ...
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Global setting of hyphenation for words containing dashes

I'm using the word "Zwei-Drittel-Abstimmungsmehrheit" a bunch of times in my document. Often it won't fit into the current line, extending into the right margin. I figured out that the following ...
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LaTeX hyphens pattern file for medical terminology

This might be slightly off topic since my main goal is to hyphenate strings in Java, but please bare with me. So far I've only looked at TeXHyphenator-J and Hyphenation libraries and both of them use ...
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Acro Package - Customise the \printacronyms style with hyphen or other

I am trying to write a List of Acronyms and I am trying to work out how to edit the output format of the \printacronyms lists. The way I would like them to look is as below, it is not essential that ...
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Prevent header hyphenation in tabulary

How is it possible to prevent tabulary environment hyphenating table headers? Perhaps redefining \tyformat, but I can't find any reference to this command. EDIT As suggested in comments, I tried ...
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Issues with justification

I was going through this tex files www.biostat.umn.edu/~brad/8400/HQuick_cv.tex‎. However, when I use this tex, the text is not justified properly See the words establishments, Experimental are ...
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Using "= in preamble with babel [duplicate]

I have noticed a strange behaviour when switching between the packages german and babel with the german option. There is obviously a difference in how "= is handled in the preamble: ...
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Is there a way to tell if LaTeX knows how to hyphenate a word? [duplicate]

I regularly write chemistry documents with odd words in them. Is there a way to know if LaTeX knows it can hyphenate a word? I'm wondering as the person beside me just discovered that the person whose ...
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Less hyphenations - any value to change?

I don't want to prevent LaTeX from hyphenating - unfortunately I write in a language, which consists of rather long words. That results in quite a lot of hyphenations, not to mention that I have to ...
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LaTeX hyphenation problems in Spanish [closed]

I am using this preamble on my document, edited with TeXStudio/MiKTeX and I am getting several words not hyphenated and past the margin limits on the right side. As you can probably see, I am very new ...
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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: ...
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How do I make an inline list respect margins without hyphenation?

I'm using the enumitem package to create inline lists in my resume. I currently have a snippet of code that looks like \begin{description} \item[Frameworks/Libraries:] ...
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LyX Hyphenation

In LyX I want my paragraphs to be justified, without the use of hyphenation. I am using \exhyphenpenalty=10000\hyphenpenalty=10000 in my preamble and it works, but I notice that the first line of the ...
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New line without hyphenation, just break it at the end of the line

I have a question about the automatic line breaking in latex. Right now i wright some text and its formatting it like this: Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. ...
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Hyphenation of the word “paraboloid”

It seems like my TeX does not hyphenate the word "paraboloid" on its own. After adding \hyphenation{para-boloid} (I hope that's the right hyphenation...) to the preamble everything is fine. My ...
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modernCV seems to forbid any hyphenation. How can I switch that off?

I'm writing a document with the help of the modernCV class, using (a modification of) the casual style. It looks like this class is penalizing hyphenation pretty severely. Why is that so? I can't find ...
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moving the whole word to next line when there is no free space

Is there any option in tabular that can move the whole word to the next line whenever the length of the word is greater than the fixed cell size? Currently I use \begin{tabular}{ | p{2cm} | } And ...
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How to I force a word to move to the end of the line?

How do I force my document to pull selected words to the end of each line (and to hyphenate them as well, if needed)? I have an old document. I know the page size and I think I've found the ...
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Problem with \hfill and hyphenation

When I use \hfill and in the previous line the last word is hyphenated, the \hfill doesn't work the same way as usual: \documentclass[a4paper, 12pt]{book} \begin{document} Spellings attempt to ...
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Can I proofread babel hyphenation rules for a specific language?

I wonder where I can find and proofread the babel hyphenation rules. Would it be possible to learn from those hyphenation rules (for example for a student of a language) where to place a hyphen?
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It doesn't hyphenate words ending with “—”

UPDATE Well. After a while, I decided to see again about this “problem”, and just discovered that in pdfLaTeX, using \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} and the — (the unicode —, not the ligature ---) it ...
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Package for avoiding hyphen in text?

Is there any package which can be used for avoiding hyphen in text? Regards
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No hyphenation of long words in narrow boxes [duplicate]

I stumbled across an hyphenation problem which I cannot explain or solve. When I use a narrow box containing a long word with a width longer than the box width, this word is not hyphenated. The ...
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How can I line-break a long string of numeric digits and hyphens?

I have a cls file that contains a definition for source code: \lstnewenvironment{code}[1][] { \lstset{ basicstyle=\ttfamily\footnotesize, breaklines=true, ...
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LuaLaTeX and multilanguage support

I've a little issue managing fixed names in my TeX class. I'm using the babel package for multilanguage hyphenation support so far, but I would like to deactivate the fixed names provided by babel. I ...
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Does \\ suppress hyphenation for the following word?

I am not sure, if this is a bug of the package showhyphens or some LaTeX-behaviour I don't understand. Please have a look on the following example: % arara: lualatex \documentclass[ngerman]{article} ...
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Wrong hyphenation with LY1 font ecoding?

Here I found the statement that no special hyphenation patterns are needed with LY1 font encoding. Yet I stumbled upon different hyphenation in connection with non-letters (such as quotation marks) in ...
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Line break at hyphen in source inserts space in output

I prefer to wrap lines in my LaTeX source, and my editor will often choose a hyphen as a good place to split the line. Unfortunately, if a hyphenated word doesn't appear in the output file at a line ...
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Right justification not correct

I am writing my thesis and I have started noticing wrong right justification. I have corrected some of them by replacing dashes with \hyp{}. However, I still struggle with the example below (citation ...
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How to define a complicated hyphenation for Chinese pinyin

I am setting a document with Chinese pinyin. I use \- to separate syllables in pinyin phrases (eg. zhong\-wen). This not only allows for proper hyphenation, but also allows spell check in ...
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Strikethrough Cyrillic text in XeTeX preserving hyphenation

I was looking for the way to create a strikeout text in XeTeX. After some googling I found two packages that supposedly could do that: ulem and soul. However, it turned out that both of them have some ...
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suspended hyphen without linebreak between word and hyphen

I have a word combination like this metallo-porphyrins and -phthalocyanines which eventually gives a linebreak between the hyphen and the word phthalocyanines. I tried to include the ngerman package ...
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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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bidi and hyperref change hyphenation

I try to compile th following document. If I load both bidi and hyperref, Mittelbach is not hyphenated. If I comment out one of them, everything is fine. The bstfile is here: ...
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Hyphenation and section titles with geometry

I am using classicthesis and the geometry package for my thesis. Some section titles are not hyphenated correctly, but instead reach into the margin. It seem not to be possible to use, e.g., \-, to ...
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Smartdiagram is hyphenating too much

I am trying to make a constellation style diagram but when I insert the words that I want to use, it is hyphenating too much. I don't have an issue that the diagram is wide. Essentially, I am trying ...
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Russian (Czech, Polish, etc.) tradition of equations breaking [duplicate]

According to the Russian (Czech, Polish, etc.) typesetting tradition, we have the following rules of equation breaking: If an equation cannot be fit into one line, a typesetter should put part of ...
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How to avoid bad box with long words with no hyphenation?

I know there are planty of similar questions, but I haven't found the answer to this particular one. I have a long word (say some long acronym like ABCDEFGH). It happens to be at the and of the line ...
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nomenclature hyphenation

I'm using \makenomenclature and \printnomenclature.. I have searched since yesterday for solution with nomenclature, but found nothing. Do anybody have a solution? I don't want do it with glossary, ...
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How to force hyphenation in floating figure caption?

I have a right floating figure with a justified caption spanning four lines like so: Unfortunately, LaTeX will not hyphen the words in the caption (both words hyphen just fine in regular text), ...
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Why does titlesec cause bizarre line breaks within \paragraph?

Consider the following example: \documentclass[12pt,a6paper]{article} %\usepackage{titlesec} \usepackage[textwidth=79mm]{geometry} \begin{document} \paragraph{I guess we'll have to make a few ...
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Hyphenation in a table of contents causing bad blocks

I want to turn off words hyphenation in a TOC but leave it in the rest of a document. The intention to do it is to avoid bad blocks such as you can see below in my MWE. I prefer a solution that ...
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Preventing hyphenation of specific short, repeated, hyphenated words

I'm writing a document where I frequently refer to some experimental cases which are called things like "M-1" and "P-2". It's always a single number, a hyphen, and a single number. In several places, ...