Hi,

when using |-| in a word as a non exclusive dash, this produces wrong
hyphenation.

For example, the word ┬╗longer-word-to-be-hyphenated┬ź should be
hyphenated e.g. like this:

longer-
word-
to-
be-
hy-
phen-
ated

but actually it is hyphenated like this:

longer
-word
-to
-be
-hy-
phen-
ated

Using || instead of |-| works like expected, so using it in combination
with \setuphyphenmark[sign=normal] could be considered a workaround.
Sadly, that produces the same bad result. :-(

Here's a minimal example:

%\setuphyphenmark[sign=normal]

\starttext

\hsize 1em

longer|-|word|-|to|-|be|-|hyphenated

longer||word||to||be||hyphenated

\stoptext



TIA,
 olli

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