[NTG-context] hyphenation exceptions
taco at elvenkind.com
Sun Jan 29 19:45:12 CET 2006
Peter Münster wrote:
> I don't want to tell TeX about hyphenation exceptions in the text, only
> once for all in an environment file. How can I do this with words like
> "DNA-Fragmente" or "$\beta$-Verknüpfung" ?
Write: $\beta$||Verknüpfung instead. The two bars break the single
word in two seperate ones, and both are hyphenated normally ($\beta$
will not hyphenate of course, but you get the idea, I hope). A few
things can be inbetween the ||'s, for words like
but normally you use just ||. This even makes sure that the compound
hyphen is slightly longer then the auto-inserted one, so that it is
still possible to distinguish that it is a compound word if hyphenation
happens right at the ||.
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