[NTG-context] Extra space when \setcharacterkerning is used in enumeration

Wolfgang Schuster wolfgang.schuster.lists at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 21:35:31 CEST 2020

Mikael Sundqvist schrieb am 12.06.2020 um 20:55:
> Hi,
> I noticed an extra space in an enumeration when 
> using \setcharacterkerning in the \headstyle parameter. The extra space 
> appears before the first word "Sats", and in my case it is unwanted (In 
> the example I want the word Sats to align with a), b), ...).
> The space was not there a year ago, with the same code.
> In the test file below (sorry for its length), the environment sats is 
> having the problem, while SATS does not. The only difference is in the 
> \headstyle parameter.

Is the delab environment necessary for the example?

> Am I missing something obvious?

I have no old installation to compare the example below but the problem 
is the \hskip\measure{...} in your code which is stretched as well.




\dontleavehmode\hskip\emwidth text

\dontleavehmode\kerncharacters{\hskip\emwidth text}

\dontleavehmode\kern\emwidth text

\dontleavehmode\kerncharacters{\kern\emwidth text}



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