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From Maria2009 <ma...@shinoto.de>
Subject Re: Making East Asian text look good
Date Thu, 12 Mar 2009 08:33:24 GMT


Andreas Delmelle-2 wrote:
> ...
> This all got me thinking: in the "normal" case, where letter-spacing  
> has its initial value, it should normally come from the font. I'll  
> have to check whether this means that either the font does not contain  
> this info, or maybe it's there but FOP does not find it in the place  
> it expects...

I just checked a number of fonts now and realised that there are extremely
large differences as well as line height and spacing between each character
/letter is concerned. I seems to me that this is nothing that FOP can deal
with -- too many individual problems with each font. But it can be easily
controlled with absolute line-height values and the letter-spacing. 

Thanks for taking these rather "exotic" problems into account!

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