[texworks] Hard wrapping
nomosnomos at gmail.com
Thu May 7 18:07:09 CEST 2009
2009/5/7 Jonathan Kew <jfkthame at googlemail.com>:
> Currently, wrapping to "current window size" is based on the width of the
> window and the "average char width" of the current font. This is only an
> approximation, and generally leaves the lines a bit short if using a
> proportional font. That's not too bad, but with CJK documents, the
> consistently wide characters will result in over-long lines.
> Does it behave any better if you explicitly choose a suitable CJK font,
> instead of relying on automatic font fallback to display the CJK characters?
I just have tested and here is the report:
"Guseul.ttf" contained in "ttf-alee" debian (maybe ubuntu as well)
package works well with wrapping at "current window size".
This font has Korean glyphs only; it does not contain any Latin glyphs.
Among dozens of Korean fonts I have, this very exceptional font is
the only one that works currently.
Normally, Korean fonts have Latin glyphs as well as Korean glyphs,
so resulting in over-long lines after wrapping at current windows size.
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