lehman at gmx.net
Thu May 26 19:57:37 CEST 2005
Am Donnerstag, 26. Mai 2005 16:07 schrieb Lars Hellström:
> >Now you mentioned that there is a problem with legacy code being
> > left over in lsfake.mtx. If I comment that out, defining \uclig
> > and setting ligaturing=0 is sufficient as far as SSspaced is
> > concerned, but I still have to break up SSsmall explicitly.
> That's probably because smallcapsspacing defaults to 0, then. This
> has been changed.
You're right, there's been a typo in my test script ("smallcapspacing"
with one s, pretty ironic given that we're talking about ss all the
time). It all works as expected if I set that properly and remove the
offending section in lsfake.mtx.
> >That's \AE, \ae, \OE, and \oe
> No, those shouldn't be spaced. They're never even faked as two
> letters, so how could one space them? (Most authorities are very
> clear that one shouldn't ever fake these letters.)
Point taken, but what about IJ?
Philipp Lehman <lehman at gmx.net>
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