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Thu, 05 Feb 2009 15:25:45 +0900
Sorry for the late responce on this matter.
In article <address@hidden>, James Cloos <address@hidden> writes:
> Because of how the font-wide hinting works, font families like DejaVu
> have added the mathematical characters -- at least initially -- to
> the specific faces which have similar glyphs.
> Ie, the MATHEMATICAL ITALIC characters were added to the Serif-Italic,
> MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF ITALIC to Sans-Oblique, etc.
> As such, it would probably be a good idea for emacs to consider each
> range of MATHEMATICAL characters as its own script, for the purpose
> of choosing a default font.
> The (sub-)families in the MATHEMATICAL block would be:
> MATHEMATICAL BOLD
> MATHEMATICAL ITALIC
> MATHEMATICAL BOLD ITALIC
> MATHEMATICAL SCRIPT
> MATHEMATICAL BOLD SCRIPT
> MATHEMATICAL FRAKTUR
> MATHEMATICAL DOUBLE-STRUCK
> MATHEMATICAL BOLD FRAKTUR
> MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF
> MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF BOLD
> MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF ITALIC
> MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF BOLD ITALIC
> MATHEMATICAL MONOSPACE
I've just installed a similar fix.
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