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TeX does not hyphenate words already containing the font's hyphen character, normally set to -, or ligatures ending with this character. As far as hyphenation is concerned, TeX considers a word to be a run of characters in the same font, each one of category code 11 or 12. Therefore collectively--- is considered as a single word for hyphenation purposes, ...


The prefixnumbers is no longer supported on the most recent version of biblatex. \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @InProceedings{Baader1989, Title = {Direct self control of inverter-fed induction machine, a basis for speed control without speed-measurement}, Author = {Baader, U. and Depenbrock, M. and Gierse, Georg}...


One can abuse the font= key in the node's options, to add the \hspace{0pt} macro at the beginning of the node. However this overwrites previous font keys, if present. child {node[concept,font={\hspace{0pt}}] {Unterschiedsschwelle}} In order to preserve the existing font keys, you can define the following in the preamble \makeatletter \tikzset{add to ...


\documentclass{article} \begin{document} \minipage{4.4cm} some more words to trans-late some more words to trans\hbox{-}late \endminipage \end{document}


You can get this information from the log, I didn't have the font so I used latin modern but encouraged it to have some hyphens % XeLaTeX \documentclass{article} \usepackage{microtype} \usepackage{fontspec} \doublehyphendemerits=-10000000 \finalhyphendemerits=-10000000 \usepackage{lipsum} \begin{document} \tracingparagraphs1 \lipsum \end{document} ...


\hyphenation{conçue} or \hyphenation{conçue-} means that there are no allowed places of hyphenation.

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