RE: [xep-support] Support of special types of spaces

From: Broberg, Mats <>
Date: Wed Oct 19 2005 - 05:34:14 PDT

David Tolpin wrote:

> Because the typesetter does not input XSL. XSL is an internal
> interchange format produced by one program and consumed by
> another one. Instrument the program the typesetter works with
> with sufficient controls and transform fixed spaces into the
> presentation layer's elements.
> There are no fixed spaces in fonts.

Sure there are. For example, take a look at Arial Unicode MS, which has
a full range of fixed spaces. Also, if you use a font that does not have
a fixed space at the respective Unicode point you usually use Arial
Unicode MS as a fallback font that takes care of the fixed space.

Best regards,
Mats Broberg
Technical Documentation Manager

(*) To unsubscribe, send a message with words 'unsubscribe xep-support'
in the body of the message to from the address
you are subscribed from.
(*) By using the Service, you expressly agree to these Terms of Service
Received on Wed Oct 19 06:01:24 2005

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.8 : Wed Oct 19 2005 - 06:01:29 PDT