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Publisher for Windows 1.8.3: Attaching paragraph style causes text to run outside its frame

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11 hours ago, Wosven said:

And APub doesn't seems to work like ID, the previous character before the selected ones on which you applied "no break" isn't breakable too, so you need to select porte-manteau instead of porte-manteau.

Yes, there seems to be this anomaly, which probably should be considred a bug:

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EDIT: Oops, sorry, you already documented that above.

And there does not seem to be InDesign-kind of thing which allows you to prevent hyphenation of a single word (whether including a dash character which serves as a hyphenating point) by adding a discretionary hyphen immediately before the word. But as the documentation mentioned, optional hyphen will hyphenate even if it is surrounded by "No break".

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2 hours ago, Lagarto said:

by adding a discretionary hyphen immediately before the word

In this case using "no break" on this word can be a solution too in APub (I suppose we usually insert the optional hyphen since it's easier than selecting the word and checking this option in the character panel… and if later you insert text after this word, it won't have the "no break" propriety).

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