[scribus] Forced hyphenation?
jluc at no-log.org
Thu Jul 2 09:19:33 UTC 2015
Le 02/07/2015 10:45, Rolf-Werner Eilert a écrit :
> Well, strange though...
> The dictionary is correct: German
The paragraph style also includes a "language" parameter.
Be carefull that all your paragraph syles define it to "german".
(rq : Even so i'm not sure scribus hyphens are correct.)
> Then I added a simple "-" after "Wirtschafts", and BINGO! Now it divides at my "-" and did not add any other hyphens
This is where you can add "soft hyphens"
wherever you want.
To do a soft hyphen, do CTRL+SHIT+- instead of plain -
Soft hyphens are only cutting the word when required :
depending of surrounding text
it wont print when hyphen is not required,
but will be print and cut the word when required.
> Am 02.07.2015 09:34, schrieb a.l.e:
>> hey rolf
>>> The hyphenation doesn't recognize "Wirtschafts-sprachen" but wants to divide after the second "s". When I try to
>>> force by adding a "-" between the two "s", the result is as on the screenshot.
>> you should probably not add a -, but a "soft hyphen": look for it in the "insert > character" menu...
>> concerning the wrong hyphen... i fear that you have the wrong dictionary selected in the document settings...
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