[NTG-context] hyphenation exceptions

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Mon Jan 30 15:06:48 CET 2006

� wrote:
> On Sun, 29 Jan 2006, Taco Hoekwater wrote:
>
>
>> Write: $\beta$||Verkn�pfung 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
>>
>>    |(|multi|)|valued
>>
>> 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 ||.
>>
>
> Hello Taco,
> thanks, this is a nice little feature! Is it already documented somewhere,
>
it's an old feature so there should be docu in several places (at least it's shown here and there)

Hans

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