On August 9, 2016 06:10:15 AM toki wrote:
Slightly more advanced, is configuring styles so that a single glyph
looks like it is two, or more colours.
Interesting. I did not know that. Thanks for the correction!
I was hoping DwL would contain more about advanced use of styles.
Maybe that is for a sequel.
If you have any suggestions, let me know. They may find their way into
the second edition, or into a sequel.
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