Hans Hagen j.hagen at xs4all.nl
Tue Mar 15 10:53:20 CET 2022

On 3/15/2022 9:53 AM, śrīrāma wrote:
> On Saturday, March 12, 2022 4:46 AM Hans Hagen via ntg-context wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> It has been a while since there was an updaste but there it is.
>> [...]
>> There is a rough description in the 'ontarget' document. We hope you
>> enjoy it, at least we did (and so, as we're not finished yet).
>>
>> Hans
>
> Dear Hans,
>
> Thank you for the remarkable upload! Also, thanks Mikael, for your work as well!
>
> The new release coincides with the onset of warm summer months after some cold winters where I live ;)
>
> [I am a little late to this discussion since I was held up with some college assignments and work, so sorry for that... I just updated today]
> I have tested out most of my documents (some with many MetaFun diagrams) and all work well!
>
> I have several documents which are very mathematics-heavy and all of those work great as well. In fact, I also noticed some improvements especially with spacing around fractions and signs/other expressions around them. [I must mention that I am using Asana in most documents: it does have its quirks but it is what I have; I also use Libertinus sometimes]. Since I have many expressions with \left \right braces delimiters with large fractions (fractions of fractions, etc.) I was able to notice that the spacing is now better overall. Also I see the truth behind the remark in Asana, before the update, many more things were strange and I had to manually adjust with spaces as necessary, now those don't seem to be necessary. However, Asana continues to remain weird (at least with uppercasescript c
> haracters as subscripts + delimiters). I had relatively fewer issues with Libertinus and no issues with the fonts in LMTX itself. So overall, I am very happy with it (and grateful for it).
> I also noticed that ontarget document from the previous upload had not much in it apart from the attractive cover page. Now it has so many nice details which I look forward to studying from.
We're glad that you notice the improvements! So it's worth the effort.
And more is coming

Hans

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