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Re: track kerning
On Tue, 06 Jun 2000 17:29:25 -0400, Berthold K.P. Horn wrote:
>This must a very old, or a very unusual font.
>These days most fonts give kerning pairs instead.
At small sizes, adding some general positive kerning
may improve readability. OTOH, at large sizes most
fonts need to be typeset a bit tighter, so as not to
look like "letterspaced". And "track kerning" is the
quantitative description of this strategy, for a
[Unfortunately, doing so is not easy with TeX, and it
isn't automatically supported by fontinst, either.]