Re: [xep-support] bug: leader with long leader-length

From: Peter Gerstbach <>
Date: Thu Jul 07 2005 - 06:40:03 PDT

David Tolpin wrote:
> On 07.07.2005, at 10:31, Peter Gerstbach wrote:
>> But does this mean, that negative letter-spacing should be used? It
>> is set to "normal" initially, which means that the normal spacing for
>> the current font is used.
> Spacing between characters is used to compensate for overflowed lines
> when word-spacing is not sufficient for that without loosing
> readability. Negative letter-spacing is a normal thing: normal spacing
> is 0, if one needs to tighten a line, the negative spacing is used. Use
> letter-spacing="0" if you don't want the formatter to mess with it.

Ok, I agree with you! :)
Thank you for help!

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