[NTG-context] [***SPAM***] Re: Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread d.henman

Yusuke-san,
   Thank you too for writing.  It seems like one or the other so far, platex 
does not give good western style characters but is great for Japanese, which 
the other option, simplefonts gives good western characters and according to 
you bad Japanese charac
ters.  Is it the font or the spacing that is bad in simplefont?

  So a question might be can ptex be used with ConTeXt? as the the engine?  
Would this wowrk? 
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Re: [NTG-context] [***SPAM***] Re: Asian Language Support

2012-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

On 7-5-2012 14:54, d.henman wrote:


Yusuke-san,
Thank you too for writing.  It seems like one or the other so far, platex 
does not give good western style characters but is great for Japanese, which 
the other option, simplefonts gives good western characters and according to 
you bad Japanese charac
ters.  Is it the font or the spacing that is bad in simplefont?


Just a remark: for cjk one can best use the mkiv feature to combine 
fonts; there are probably some examples of korean fonts mixed with e.g. 
palatino or times in the email archive


Hans


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