Here is a what I saw.
* I enter the word bruinsma
* place cursor between 'n' & 's'
* CTRL + '-'
nothing happens. However if I add text which pushes that word to
straddle 2 lines, a hyphen appears between 'n' & 's' and stays in the
word for the foreseeable.
Is this what you are attempting? To hyphenate when a word crosses the
184.108.40.206 from the LO website and Fedora 21 BTW
On 20/03/15 11:26, Eric Beversluis wrote:
I've got a name 'Bruinsma' that LO wants to hyphenate between the 'u'
and the 'i'. I'm trying to get it to hyphenate between the 'n' and the
's'. LO won't let me. I go to tools->language->hyphenation with the
word highlighted, but there's no way I can get it to move the hyphen.
If I put my cursor where I want it to hyphenate and click 'hyphenate',
it just closes the dialog and leaves the hyphen in the original place.
There also doesn't seem to be a way to tell LO not to hyphenate that
word at all.
As I read the manuals, I should be able to just use 'ctrl plus -' to
manually place a hyphen. But this doesn't work either.
Using LO Version: 220.127.116.11
Build ID: 18.104.22.168-6.fc20
What am I missing?
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