Re: [jlreq] 3.2.6 d: Discussions regarding the amount of inter-character spacing between Kanji and alpha numeric characters (#163)

(personal feeling) it seems quite difficult to set solid one value (even bunch of discussions on like 1/4em or 1/4ch) for this considering 'feeling'/'preference'-ish configuration for current typesetting work, and also there should be additional consideration points on the Web such as fonts for alpha numeric characters vary per user environment...

One point I've recently noticed (during question on soft-break/white-space removal condition in css-text-4 with inter-character spacing enabled - removing only when CJ characters are on both side, or CJ and P*/S*, but not CJ and e.g. alpha numeric) is that deux-points or point-virgule in French shall have additional thin space against prior word. This kind (inter-character spacing between consecutive characters without white-space/soft-break) of operation is also desired for such situation (more situation could exist for other languages) -   could be one option, but having space-ish character is not an option from line breaking point of view.

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