Am 14.05.2009 um 21:59 schrieb Ryo Furue:
I know there is a typographic style where the inter-word
and inter-sentence spacings are the same. But, by default,
ConTeXt uses a larger inter-sentence spacing than the
inter-word spacing. In such a case, there has to be a means
to indicate an inter-sentence spacing when a sentence ends
with a capital letter and a period.
The TeXbook suggest to use \null before the period,
e.g. "USA\null. This is another sentence" but I would prefer
here LaTeX's \...@.
@Hans: There is something wrong with \nonfrenchspacing (or
spacefactor) in mkiv.
USA. This is another sentence
USA.\ This is another sentence
USA\null. This is another sentence
USA\spacefactor1000. This is another sentence
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