Manuel Mall wrote:
I wonder if the same argument does apply to kerning as well? The moment
you change font-size, text-decoration, background-color, alignment and
the like, which is what fo:inline is mainly for, you create a barrier
with respect kerning. Or to put it differently, I believe kerning
applies only to "like" characters, same as glyph merging.
Not sure here: if we want to use kerning between, for example, "VA" I
think it would be even more desirable to use it if the V has a bigger font
size, or the A a smaller one; it could maybe need some heuristic to handle
a kerning between character with different sizes, but I think it would be
a desirable feature.
Nonetheless, I agree that the think may become strange with different
backgrounds or vertical alignments ... maybe we should define which
properties "break" a kerning pair ...
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