I suspect there is a little problem in Italian hyphenation. With expression like "quell'impossibilità" (with an apostroph) the possible points should be "quel-l'im-pos-si-bi-li-tà", but Prince seems to recognise only the first point "quel-l'impossibilità". If it is so, I think it should be corrected, Italian abounds in long words and in such cases the effect can be rather unpleasant.
Little problem in Italian hyphenation?
Thank you, we will take a look at this.
Fourteen years ago (time passess...) I found a similar problem in Lout. I don't know if this is relevant, but anyway this was my solution:
Update: I checked with "hyphens: prince-expand-all" (I have discovered just now that option) and I can confirm: hyphenation points after the apostroph are not recognised (neither in Italian nor in French).
Update 2: Prince uses the version 4.8 of Italian TeX patterns; the most recent is 4.9 but that has (unfortunately...) no relationship with the problem.
We have a fix for this issue now, which operating system are you running Prince on?
Great, thank you! I am using at the same time Ubuntu 12.04 64bit and Windows 64bit.
Updated builds for Windows are also available now.
All is perfect, thank you again!