[OS X TeX] Hyphenation
morten.hoegholm at latex-project.org
Sun Mar 27 08:48:14 EST 2005
On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 12:59:48 +0200, Hans van Maanen <hans at vanmaanen.org>
> In the Dutch language macro dutch.dtx, we can use "- to hyphenate a
> word while still enabling the rest of the word to be hyphenated, so that
> common Dutch words like diphosphate-phosphohydrolase do not result in
> underfull boxes.
Is diphosphate-phosphohydrolase really a common word in Dutch? I would
never have guessed ;-)
> I would like to use this as standard behaviour, so that every - in my
> text will be understood as "- and has full hyphenation. I'm sure it's
> just a \renewcommand somewhere, but I don't know how to do this.
Well, almost \renewcommand but at a somewhat different level.
% Must come before the fontenc package!
% Also make the same change for other font families
% where this is needed.
% For demonstration purposes.
This allows words like diphosphate-phosphohydrolase to hyphenate
automatically but only with the T1-encoding.
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