[NTG-context] typescripts

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Wed Mar 17 13:34:34 CET 2010


Am 17.03.10 13:16, schrieb Michael Saunders:
>> You can apply only *one* feature to \definefontfeatures.
>>      
> I've seen examples like this:
> [...]
> so I think you mean to say that I can apply only one feature to
> \definefontsynonym or to \definetypeface.
Yes.
> I tried this and it checks out.  Thanks---it's nice to see hz working.
> Protrusion is only on the right margin?
>    
Left and right but quotation marks do not appear so often on the left 
margin.
> (Also, I'm hoping that having a dozen different sets of font features won't
> require twelve times as many switches and feature names as this.  I think
> there is some easier method for switching---Hans mentioned \addff{}, but
> I can't find anything in the docs.  If that works, that would make two kinds
> of switches, one for some kinds of features and another for other kinds.)
>    
\addff, \subff etc. are rather new commands and therefore only documented
in the source, you're free to add them to the wiki.

Wolfgang



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