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[css3-writing-modes] tatechuyoko examples with real vs. synthetic glyphs

From: John Daggett <jdaggett@mozilla.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2013 00:35:50 -0700 (PDT)
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To aid in the discussion of how to specify the normative behavior for
the 'text-combine-horizontal' property, I put together a page of
examples showing the appearance of tatechuyoku using width-specific
variant glyphs and synthetic glyphs created by simply scaling the 
underlying full-width or default digit glyphs.

http://people.mozilla.org/~jdaggett/tests/tategaki-examples.html

Each date or address shows five renderings, using the codepoints and
settings described below:

1. full-width digits, half-width variant enabled for 2 digits, third-width variant enabled for 3 digits
2. full-width digits, scaled to half for 2 digits, scaled to third for 3 digits
3. default digits, no features or scaling
4. default digits, half-width variant enabled for 2 digits, third-width variant enabled for 3 digits
5. default digits, scaled to half for 2 digits, scaled to third for 3 digits

Regards,

John Daggett



tatechuyoko-date-example1.png
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tatechuyoko-date-example2.png
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tatechuyoko-address-example.png
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