Re: [clreq] Handling long annotations over adjacent characters in Chinese (#124)

Most publications I've seen use mono-ruby for each base characters, align the center of the ruby string and of the base character in the inline direction, and increase inter-character spacing for the whole article. See for an example.

But sometimes group-ruby, non-center-aligned-ruby, and/or ruby with some amount of overhang over the preceding and following base characters are used as well. See for an example.

re achieving it in CSS, I'm not sure if there are other better solutions, but applying extra inter-character space to the paragraph and use normal letter spacing for `rt` is indeed a solution. [Here is a test.](

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