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I want you to add a function like 'Kerning Table' to 'Yakumono option'.
In Japanese, there is a rule to halve the width when any symbol A and symbol B are adjacent to each other. There are multiple combinations.
It is supported by default in Adobe InDesign and Microsoft Word.(No special settings are required.)ALD is not supported.
Yakumono option is incomplete.
Cut the symbol in half only when a particular symbol comes next to it.
With the current Yakumono option, adjacent symbols cannot be specified.
If the Yakumono option has a function like Kerning Table, you can specify adjacent symbols.
In Kerning Table, I was able to handle most of them, but I couldn't use it because the underline did not slide.(If this can be improved, it can be achieved with Kerning.)
I think the following site will be helpful.
But it's difficult.
It is recommended to refer to Adobe InDesign.
And It is desirable to improve the function together with the Japanese ALD Engineer.
I think it is difficult for non-Japanese (ALD Engineers) to understand this rule.
If you have a function (like Kerning Table) that can define this rule in ALD, the rule can be defined by the user.
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