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Re: [Groff] Re: groff: radical re-implementation

> 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.

The same exists for Japanese and Chinese, especially for vertical

Such fonts must be treated as any other groff font since glyph metric
classes can't be used -- this means very large font declaration


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