Linked by Andy Roberts on Mon 6th Jun 2005 18:19 UTC
Features, Office Anyone who has used Microsoft Word for a reasonable amount of time will recognise my very own Andy's Laws on Word:
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Hyphenation & GUI
by Jack Perry on Tue 7th Jun 2005 01:32 UTC

@will

You are right that LaTeX by default will not hyphenate already hyphenated words. However, as always, there is a package to correct this behavior: hyphenat.sty

Holy crap, that's pretty cool, thanks. I wish I'd known about it three months ago. :-)

For anyone who's still checking: Wolfram (the developers of Mathematica) have got their own publishing package for scientific writing now, which I think interfaces with TeX. It's called Publicon, and you can try it for free. Unfortunately, they didn't pay me to mention it :-( and I forgot to try it during the trial period after I downloaded it. So could someone try it & let me know how it is? :-)

http://www.wolfram.com/products/publicon/index.html