Thu, 17 Jul 2003 19:52:38 +0100
School of Mathematics, Trinity College Dublin
On Thursday 17 July 2003 11:10, Torsten Bronger wrote:
> Surprisingly enough, TeX is the most serious limitation at the
> moment (of course also because it's so vital). It's still the best
> back-end for typesetting something, however its treatment of
> so-called special characters, lack of true unicode support, and the
> distinction text/math mode is really unfortunate.
Wouldn't "true unicode support" require fonts with 64000 glyphs?
And isn't it quite sensible to distinguish between text and maths?
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