[XeTeX] Space characters and whitespace
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Fri Mar 4 07:25:05 CET 2011
Am 03.03.2011 21:29, schrieb enrico.gregorio at univr.it:
> Tobias Schoel wrote:
>> Thanks for the info.
>> Will something break up, when using
>> in the preamble? Or does some important or highly used package
>> use these characters specifically?
> No package that I know of does anything with these characters. But that's
> not the correct syntax; either you put the actual characters in the first
> argument, or write as Ulrike suggested
I did understand you, I was just copying your version.
> Notice the lowercase f. Then any such character in your document will
> translate to "breakable thin space" and "non breakable thin space"
> Enrico Gregorio + Dipartimento di Informatica + Tel: +39 045 8027937
> Enrico.Gregorio at univr.it + Università degli Studi di Verona +
> (gregorio at math.unipd.it) + Strada le Grazie 15 / I-37134 Verona + Fax: +39 045 8027928
Thanks for the Information. It will help make some of my .tex-documents
more human readable. And with human I mean non-TeXnicians. (They always
wondered, what \, meant or told, there was a wrong comma in my text.)
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