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Dear developers,

Please add an option to hyphenation: No hyphenation in last line/word of column. I'm a book wrapper too, and hypenation zone and column zone not helped. If can add this option, then last line or word of column will not wrapped.

This will great help when I wrapping a book. Thanks!

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Possible workarounds for you:

  1. Press Tab after the last word.
  2. Insert a soft-hyphen at the end of the last word.
  3. Apply a Character Style to the last word with the "No Break" option set.

-- Walt

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Ok, I use "No Break" option, but if I not see a hyphened word, then book wrapping will wrong. Your tips is greats, but manually.

I need automatic feature for last word/line of column. Just check, and program will not hyphen there.

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The feature I think you are asking for should already be covered by the Column End Zone. That should prevent hyphenation at the end of the last line of a column, if you set it to a suitably large value. You can use several inches if you don't mind very long words being pushed to the next column. I just tried it in 1.7.3 and it seemed to work. You say it doesn't work for you. What did you try, and what happened?

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@Dave Harris I used this option, but no helped: if this value too big, many lines will drop to next page, no word only. And I use a few millimeters only (I no use inches), then many places release hyphened words. :( I think what you suggested: this option change this parameter, but often no helped :( I set this parameter to 7 mm, but I need correct manually many times.

 I need set word length in millimeter? It would be easier a setting for "last word of column is no break" or any similar.

 

OK, here is what's my problem with Column End Zone. Here is a hyphenation with 20mm settings:

hyph20mm.thumb.jpg.cc756137ef26ae9eb744d52d355156a5.jpg

 

And I changed this parameter to 285mm (longest hungarian word is 67 character = 283,633512‬mm):

hyph285mm.thumb.jpg.3387f49bb045b01b51f5b22becb96747.jpg

 

And last paragraph jump to next page! Not only last word... Page size is 130x197, and margins 20-20mm on left and right side. I don't know what is good parameter for Column End Zone for last word no wrapping...

Update: I set to (130mm - 2x20mm - 10mm) 80mm this zone, and I checking where working or not.

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Mykee, sorry for not getting back to you quicker. Setting the zone to 285mm should work fine. I've not been able to reproduce the behaviour where it moves the entire line or paragraph to the next page. Is it possible there were some other settings, such as Keep together or Prevent orphaned last lines involved?

Can you attach a small sample document which show it going wrong, so I can examine what is happening?

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@Dave Harris Here is a sample from this project and I use Prevent orphaned last lines, because need this option for book wrapping (Keep together option not):

https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ar9GB-v89284gf5_rpJNw9hOBR8VPg?e=SMWYDR

You need install hungarian hyphenation too before open sample project, package include this.

And in this topic talk with this bug (or feature), where you find source word file too:

 

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