[NTG-context] short last line

Peter Rolf indiego at gmx.net
Wed May 9 12:55:41 CEST 2007

Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
> Hi,
> looking for a solution to avoid short snippets in a paragraph's last line I found lefthyphenmin/righthyphenmin.
> But as this affects all hyphenations it is not useful.
> Is there also a command that only cares for the last line of a paragraph, controlling that this last line should consist of e.g. at least 5 characters (all in all, or at least righthyphenmin 4 characters)?
I think you mean

\parfillskip (page 100 in the TeX Book)

Grep for it in the 'base', to see where it is used and what values are
assigned in your context.


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