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Re: defining the script sizes via font dimens
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: defining the script sizes via font dimens
- From: Matthias Clasen <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 20 Oct 1997 09:15:17 +0200
Frank Mittelbach wrote:
> there is one alternative that i can see which is to think about an
> interface that provides defaults unless the font already has suitable
> values e.g.
> which would load the basic font checks for the font dimens and if not
> found uses the default.
> that interface would have the advantage that it would be pramble only
> thus could be as complicated and space consuming as you like.
I will do some experiments with that idea.
> btw from which font do you get this information? or do you intend to
> maintain different values for each font family?
I get the information from \textfont1 (=letters=MSP). One question on
that: What is the preferred way to use the symbolic name `letters' instead
of the hardwired `1' ? Can I write \textfont\letters or something similar ?
Do you think that the setting of math spacing should also be preamble-only ?