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[Fwd: CR WD - 4.6.2 Glyph Areas]

From: Jeff Caruso <jcaruso@pageflexinc.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 09:09:05 -0500
Message-ID: <3A0FF601.DBB6867A@bitstream.com>
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Regards,
 -- JeffC

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Dr. Jeffrey L. Caruso <jcaruso@pageflexinc.com>
Pageflex, Inc.  215 First St.  Cambridge, MA 02142
(A Bitstream company)


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Glenn Adams wrote:

> In para 1 appears "The most common inline-area is a glyph-area, which contains
> the representation for a character in a particular font". This doesn't account
> for the character to glyph mapping process accurately and implies a one-to-one
> mapping. I'd suggest changing this to read as follows with the addition of the
> following note:
>
> "The most common inline-area is a glyph-area, which contains the representation
> for a glyph shape in a particular font.
>
> NOTE:
>
> A glyph shape is selected during a character to glyph mapping process in a
> (potentially) language, script, and font dependent manner."

A "shape" is a kind of "representation".  I disagree that the text implies any sort
of one-to-one mapping.

Regards,
 -- JeffC

******************************************************
Dr. Jeffrey L. Caruso <jcaruso@pageflexinc.com>
Pageflex, Inc.  215 First St.  Cambridge, MA 02142
(A Bitstream company)
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