[texhax] Italic correction
P.Taylor at rhul.ac.uk
Sun Jul 22 22:47:38 CEST 2012
Reinhard Kotucha wrote:
> Phil, whenever something looks worse at low resolution, it *is* a
> rasterising issue. In both file formats, DVI and PDF, the position
> of glyphs are described by coordinate pairs, i.e. by two numbers.
> These numbers are completely independent of the actual resolution.
> Even glyph descriptions in TTF, OTF, and Type1 fonts rely on
> coordinate pairs. All what counts are these numbers.
> Of course, rounding errors are unavoidable at low resolutions. Thus,
> whatever you see at low resolutions is absolutely meaningless. Even
> if Michael re-arranges the TeX code, the result will be arbitrary at
> low resolutions.
Yes, but the whole point of asking <ichael to re-order the markup
was to try to /confirm/ the hypothesis that what he was experiencing
was no more than a rasterisation error. If
all produce artifacts at the same screen position, we can be
almost certain that it is not the markup that is causing this,
as Michael originally believed, but rasterisation.
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