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Don't know how much relevance this has, but a word gets only 2 hyphenations in multiple breaks.

Not relevant if its used in a longer text, but if its used for one word design than it only shows 2 breaks.

I know it can be made manually.

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24 minutes ago, Rondem said:

Don't know how much relevance this has, but a word gets only 2 hyphenations in multiple breaks.

You would need to increase the "Maximum number of consecutive hyphens" in the Hyphenation settings of the Paragraph Style or Paragraph panel, as it defaults to 2.

 


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13 minutes ago, MikeW said:

I don't know how much relevance this has, but are you certain the word is spelled correctly?

It could be, in Spanish (and ignoring n accent). But it doesn't really matter :)


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5 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

It could be, in Spanish (and ignoring n accent). But it doesn't really matter :)

It could be...but as you answered the question I thought it prudent to mention spelling. 🙂

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The spelling doesn't effect that it can only break it 2 times. The settings don't give more than 2 breaks of the word.

Yes, the word was missing an s. Ironic that it was in word Professional :D


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Have a look at Minimum Suffix. Change the value to 2 or 3 and you get another hyphenation. I guess Minimum Suffix means the number of characters followed after a (possible) hyphenation?

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7 minutes ago, Gabe said:

I logged this with our developers.

Was it a bug?

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  • Minimum suffix—determines the minimum number of suffixed letters each part of a word must contain if the word is split by auto-hyphenation.

There were only 3 letters left, so APu wasn't able to hyphenate according to Minimum suffix of 4? Perhaps my logic is broken this morning ...

EDIT: Wrong me. Hmm, there were 6 letters as suffix. So Minimum suffix is calculated from a possible hyphenation from the hyphenation dictionary or is it calculated plain from the remaining letters? If the last case, then it is a bug.

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The German Duden says that there are three. Perhaps we need to hyphenate more, because in German even simple words have so many letters. ;)

 

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I see that its not a problem of the program. Have used other language and it showed additional hyphenation.

Thank you.


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