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Manual hyphenation in text part of \href

You can use manual hyphenation commands, but you can't always use the german shorthands: in some cases hyperref disables them while trying to detect the link type. So in the following it work for \...
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Combining internal hyphenation of words with \discretionary

I'll post this as an answer so there's one here rather than it just being in the comments, but credit to David Carlisle for providing this solution. I've replaced the \discretionary command with this ...
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Allow line break, but without inserting a dash

Use pakage seqsplit, in main text: \seqsplit{qervnjksnvdjsn}, this means it can linebreak between every singal character, without dash or hyphen sign. Sorry for bad English. :)
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