On 09/11/2013 02:40 PM, Bruce Byfield wrote:
On Wednesday 11 September 2013 10:52:42 AM Virgil Arrington wrote:
> These codes do the following:
> onum=1 (Turn on Old Style Numbering)
> itlc=2 (Adjust the spacing around italics text) Without this, the
> italics text gets jammed up next to the adjacent Roman text.
> lith=0 (Don't use a "Th" ligature) I just don't like the Th ligature.
> ss05=1 (Turn on old style upper case W, like that found in Garamond.
> Wikipedia uses Linux Libertine G for its logo. Check it out)
> ss04=1 (Use fancier ampersands)codes
> dash=1 (Replace hyphens with n-dashes *while typing* and after hitting
> the space bar after the hyphen)
> hang=1 (Hanging punctuation. A really neat feature when using justified
Does anyone have a complete list of these codes? I haven't been able
to find one after a search in obvious places such as the Libertine site.
Bruce Byfield 604-421-7189 (on Pacific time)
They are at <http://www.numbertext.org/linux/fontfeatures.pdf>
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