From: fantasai (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 13 2006 - 17:17:43 CST
Ken Lunde wrote:
> In the Adobe-Japan1-x character collection, we map U+FE45 and U+FE46 to
> CIDs 12639 and 12640, respectively. In other words, we provide separate
> glyphs than the punctuation marks they resemble. These glyphs are
> intended for use as annotative marks, such as ruby. In fact, the range
> of glyphs intended for annotative use are intended to be scaled to a
> smaller size, typically 50% for text runs.
Could you explain that in a little more detail, please?
I take what you said to mean that
- U+FE45 and U+FE46 have their own glyphs
- these glyphs are intended to be scaled down to 50% of the text size
- therefore in the font they are approximately twice the size of the
comma rather than approximately the same size
- therefore an application wishing to use U+FE45 as an emphasis mark
should scale its glyph down by half before rendering it
Is that correct?
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