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Is there anyway of having the text not hyphenate?

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    MiguelMimosoCorreia

    I'm having the same issue, but not in all browsers!

    In Chrome, words break fully, and in Firefox they hyphenate (and not always on the right place).

    I've noticed this is an old entry but still no answers, maybe asking again someone will reply.

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    Miguel Correia

    I'm having the same issue. It is specially annoying since it doesn't hyphenate in the right place.

    I've noticed this is only happens with Firefox, while Chrome and IE doesn't hyphenate. Is there a way to fix this, please?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Alpay Gumrukcu

    Yup, add a <br> before the hypenated word in text fields

     

    AG

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    Pam Richmond

    You can override it in your CSS.  This worked for me -- you may not need !important depending on how you are loading.

    .vco-slider .slider-item .content .content-container .text .container p {

        -moz-hyphens:none !important;

        word-wrap:normal !important;

    }

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