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 Post subject: Arial font, a fully conforming text handler ?
PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:48 am 
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This may be off topic, but just in case, here is the question : this link has the following paragraph :

"Precomposed fractions. These decomposition have the keyword <fraction>. A fully conforming text handler should[3] display the vulgar fraction ¼ (U+00BC) identically to the composed fraction 1⁄4 (numeral 1 with fraction slash U+2044 and numeral 4)."

When I try this in MS Word or in WordPad, it doesn't work. Any explanation ? Does anyone know of a fully conforming font (text handler) where the rule expressed above is attained ?


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