turning off hyphenate cause text to dissapear completely / not fit

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May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021

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Hi everybody,

 

I have a regular text box in Indesign filled with text, whenever I choose "no hyphenate"  the text dissapears (and the red indicator that text falls out of the box appears). Only the first sentence or two stays. When I expand the text box by a rediculous amount, 3 or 4 lines are visable. (the text contains about 20).

This happens either by setting the individual alinea styles to "no hyphenate" or by selecting all text and choosing this option from the menu).

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021
Check to see whether 'No Break' has been applied to any of the text.

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Check to see whether 'No Break' has been applied to any of the text.

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Oops! Apparently i used "no break" instead of  "no hyphenate" function... My bad, I switched software to my local language (Dutch) and the options are expressed nearly similar.

Thanks John!

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