иером. Пантелеимон (Королев) wrote:
> What file is responsible for the hyphenation patterns?
> Is it
> It contains line 4255
> which means that any word can have a hyphen after «ы».
> Do I understand it right?
It is too long ago for me to remember whether ы1 means that any word can have a
hyphen after «ы», I am afraid. But deleting the line, of itself, will not have
any effect, since the hyphenation patterns will already be embedded in the
format. You would need to re-build the format after deleting the line to see
if your change has any effect. But as my earlier reply shewed, the problem
does not lie solely in the patterns, since the problem disappears if one uses
plain XeTeX and gives the appropriate \hyphenation rule for ны́не, yet giving
the appropriate \hyphenation rule for ны́не using XeLaTeX and polyglossia does
/not/ result in correct output. Also a pattern ы1 may not be relevant if the
word in question contains ы́ (with diacritic) -- that probably requires a