Roland Neilands wrote:
This is excellent.
NB: I would use a fixed width font for this kind of exercise, eg:
otherwise there is several cm variation over 30 12pt char between
> average & em spacing. Unlikely, but ...

The character width tables are available as XML in the FOP
source distribution in src/codegen. If you are inclined so,
you *can* use this for proper string width calculations
in XSLT (well, kerning seems to be amiss).


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