[latex3-commits] [latex2e-public] r1479 - Karl's proof reading

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Sat Apr 15 01:54:26 CEST 2017

Author: carlisle
Date: 2017-04-15 01:54:26 +0200 (Sat, 15 Apr 2017)
New Revision: 1479

Karl's proof reading

Modified: trunk/doc/ltnews27.tex
--- trunk/doc/ltnews27.tex	2017-04-14 23:38:06 UTC (rev 1478)
+++ trunk/doc/ltnews27.tex	2017-04-14 23:54:26 UTC (rev 1479)
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
 \setlength\rightskip{0pt plus 3em}
-\section{ISO 8601 Date Format}
+\section{ISO 8601 Date format}
 Since before the first releases of \LaTeXe, \LaTeX\ has used a date
 format in the form \textsc{yyyy/mm/dd}. This has many advantages over more
 conventional formats, as it is easy to sort and avoids the unfortunate
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@
-\section{Disabling Hyphenation}
+\section{Disabling hyphenation}
 The existing \LaTeX\ code for \verb|\verb| and \verb|verbatim| had some
 issues when used with fonts that were not loaded with hyphenation
 disabled via setting \verb|\hyphenchar| to $-1$. In this release these
@@ -100,19 +100,19 @@
 language used in the output routine to a default language as described
-\section{Discretionary Hyphenation}
+\section{Discretionary hyphenation}
 The \LaTeX\ definition of \verb|\-| has been adjusted so that it will
 insert the current font's \verb|\hyphenchar|, as would the
-\TeX-primitive definition. A comment in \textsf{source2e} has given
-this new definition since first releases of \LaTeXe, and in this
+\TeX\ primitive. A comment in \textsf{source2e} has given
+this new definition since the first releases of \LaTeXe, and in this
 release we finally acted upon this comment. Previously \verb|\-|
 always inserted a \texttt{-} at a break point even if a different
 character would be used for automatic hyphenation with the current font.
-\section{Default Document Language}
+\section{Default document language}
 A new integer parameter \verb|\document at default@language| is
-introduced, this is initialised to $-1$ but is set at
+introduced; this is initialised to $-1$ but is set at
 \verb|\begin{document}| to the language in force at that time if it
   has not been set by preamble code. This is very similar to the
   handling of the default color, and is used in a similar way to
@@ -121,7 +121,7 @@
 language packages such as \textsf{babel} may set this if the default
 behaviour is not suitable.
-\section{Line Spacing in parboxes}
+\section{Line spacing in parboxes}
 Inside a \verb|\parbox| 
 \LaTeX\ normalises the baseline spacing. However it has not
 previously reset \verb|\lineskiplimit|. This meant that

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