[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.
> 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 
> (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.


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