[XeTeX] How to prevent typesetting hyphen

Naveen kumar C.M. naveenkumarcm at gmail.com
Sun Jun 29 16:55:43 CEST 2014

Hi Sasi Kumar,
this might help you fix your problem:





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On 29 June 2014 01:01, Sasi Kumar <sasi.fsf at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello texnicians,
> I am typesetting a document in Malayalam. In this language, we
> normally do not put a hyphen mark when a word braks at the end of a
> line, but just continue writing. Is there a way in xelatex to do that?
> That is, the word just continues on the next line without a hyphen at
> the end of the line.
>  I also find that the right margin is not strictly maintained, with
> some characters projecting out in some lines. I have been using latex
> and aleph for a long time and have hardly seen this problem.
> Any way to approach the problem and solve it would be very helpful.
> Regards,
> Sasi
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> V. Sasi Kumar
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