[texhax] Gutter on wrong side [with scrbook]

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Wed Aug 19 01:53:06 CEST 2009

On 18 August 2009 D. R. Evans wrote:

 > Reinhard Kotucha said the following at 08/18/2009 04:47 PM :
 > > 
 > > The outer margin is always bigger than the inner one for a couple of
 > > good reasons.
 > That depends on whether what's being set is fiction or non-fiction. It's
 > not at all uncommon for fiction (or even non-fiction intended for a lay
 > audience) to be set with inner margins that are the same or wider than
 > outer margins. It wasn't clear to me what sort of book the OP was talking
 > about, so I felt like I had to make this clarification.
 >   Doc
 > PS I just picked five novels from my shelves and looked: all had inner
 > margins that were at least as large as the outer margins.

I proposed to buy a book about typography.


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