On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 12:02, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
> Am 13.05.2009 um 10:59 schrieb Mojca Miklavec:
>> \definetypeface [myzhfont] [rm] [serif] [latin-modern] [default]
>> \definetypeface [myzhfont] [ss] [sans] [latin-modern] [default]
>> \definetypeface [myzhfont] [tt] [mono] [latin-modern] [default]
>> \definetypeface [myzhfont] [cjk] [cjk] [zhfont] [default]
>> \dorecurse{10000}{ hello {\cjk 你好 \it 你好}}
> How should this work when you switch from serif to sans, e.g.:
> \rm hello {\cjk 你好 \it 你好} \ss hello {\cjk 你好 \it 你好}

In the same way as
   \rm hello {\tt 你好 \it 你好} \ss hello {\tt 你好 \it 你好}
if tt was a family containing those Chinese characters, so:
   \rm roman {\cjk Chinese \it Italic Chinese} \ss sans {\cjk (same)
Chinese (as before) \it Italic Chinese}

Or do you want to suggest that one would possibly need both "serif"
and "sans" variants of some Chinese font, often switching between
families inside a document?

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