On 10/21/2013 10:03 PM, Peter Münster wrote:
On Mon, Oct 21 2013, Hans Hagen wrote:

How could I solve this problem please?

\definefontfeature[inlinenumbers]  [lnum=yes,tnum=no]
\definefontfeature[tabularnumbers] [tnum=yes,lnum=no]



Hi Hans,

Does your answer mean, that you cannot reproduce the problem?
I've tried with Constantia, and I get the same horizontal shift as in my
previous example PDF file. My ConTeXt version is 2013.10.20 07:09

I attach a new PDF file with Constantia (from my Windows-XP installation).

Is there a problem with my fonts?

this kind of mechanimns assume equal width digits so we might need to force lnum


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