Re: [Groff] Re: groff: radical re-implementation
>>>>> "TK" == Tomohiro KUBOTA <email@example.com> writes:
> Right. I think I've answered this problem in my last mail (regarding
> a `glyphclass' directive in font description files).
TK> Then all of these glyphs have to have the same width. Fortunately,
TK> CJK ideograms and Korean Hanguls have fixed-width glyphs.
Hanguls are usually treated as fixed-width, but it is not true. Many
Korean wordprocessor supports proportional Hangul fonts,
and even Korean Windows (9X/ME/2000) have proportional Hangul TrueType
fonts in default(e.g. Gulim. Gulim has one more variation, Gulim-che,
it is fixed-width for using with english fixed-width fonts). In Unix
world, I didn't see any support for proportional Hangul fonts yet.
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