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In order for a compound name to be considered a single token as far as abbrv.bst is concerned, it's sufficient to hide the hyphen: @phdthesis{phd/MW2014, author = {Klopotsko M{\"u}ller{-}Wachtendonk}, title = {Das Bild h{\"a}ngt schief}, year = {2014} } Note that the entry is missing the school field (not required, but important for ...


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For mysterious reasons, eco defines the \hyphenchar to be 127 instead of the usual 45, so a character 45 is not recognized as a hyphen as far as the hyphenation mechanism is concerned. You can fix it by redefining the relevant macros before accessing fonts. \documentclass[twocolumn]{memoir} \usepackage{eco} % default to text figures, use \newstylenums if ...


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Load the eco package in your MWE is equivalent to write in the preamble: \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \renewcommand{\rmdefault}{cmor} Therefore is evident that the problem is the font cmor, that does not use - as a hard hyphen, Although this "feature" is fixed perfectly as egreg explained, it is worth noting that another solution for finer control of ...


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Adding an invisible space between the --- and the word allows LaTeX to correctly hyphenate the word. \documentclass[draft]{article} \begin{document} \noindent something something something something something something some ---something % no hyphenation resulting in overfull box something something something something something something something ...


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I had a similar issue, but for german language. Instead of installing big collection-packages it was sufficient to install the package hyphen-german with TEX-Live Package Tool called tlmgr. For spanish language there is the package called hyphen-spanish.


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To define a hyphen for use as part of a hyphenated name in a macro, I used the command \def\mymathhyphen{{\hbox{-}}}. This gives the usual en-dash.



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