hfinger at handholding.com.au
Mon Jul 28 11:29:41 CEST 2008
> F.Harr at softhome.net wrote:
>> Then what do you do? All I want is an em-space, it's not like I'm
>> asking for a fractur Euro-sign. Could this capacity be added? You
>> could call it a "quad" space and give the user the choice of making it
>> as many ems or ens as they wanted.
> It does seem like something that'd be fairly reasonable to emulate based
> on the width of the normal space if the font doesn't provide the
> enhanced spaces.
> This might be a good item to file in the bug tracker with severity
> 'feature' so it doesn't get forgotten.
Or, if a particular font didn't have the full range of typographic
spaces, have a default full-Unicode font shipped with Scribus and
substitute its typographic spaces, e.g. em quad, en quad, thick, mid,
thin, and hair. Then, if the preferred font is changed and it has typo
spaces, replace the default substitutes with the proper spaces.
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