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I'm writing a paper with the acmart format and I need to change the way title is broken up into two lines (because by default only 1 work "All" is on the second line which is ugly). But when I put an explicit line break with \\ it is also propagated into the generated section called ACM Reference format:. Can I somehow avoid the line break in the "reference format"?

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Instead of using \\ to enforce a line-break between words you want to go on different lines, you can use the protected whitespace ~ between the words you want to be on the same line.

So instead of:

\title{A very long title that challenges\\ ACM's LaTeX Layout}

write:

\title{A very long title that challenges ACM's~LaTeX~Layout}
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It works for me:

\title[A very long title that challenges ACM's LaTeX Layout]{A very long title that challenges\\ ACM's LaTeX Layout}

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