APP can't determine the beginning and the end of the line using the existed functions, so we have to manually specify <?trubyofmt=1> for the beginning of the line and <?trubyofmt=3> for the end of the line.
We'd like to process it by automatically determining the beginning or the end of the line as a new functionality in APP. If it becomes possible to determine the beginning and the end of the line correctly, we can do various things using this functionality besides ruby. As a result, we think this functionality is a practical function and we really hope this functionality could be realized one day in the future.
Example of Adobe InDesign.
I would like to make it the same as this.
The example above would probably benefit from an enhancement to the Ruby feature in APP to allow it to align automatically at the beginning and ends of lines.
I'll add two features to the back-log. One to support Ruby and one formatting state request to determine whether the current position is at the beginning, middle or end of a line.
I expect the following SPR progress together.
Layout of Ruby content is incorrect in Arbortext Advanced Print Publisher
Ruby(Mono-ruby) reference URL:
Ruby formatted text on the first line of a paragraph causes formatting problems in Arbortext Advanced Print Publisher.
Is SPR7205807 also likely to be fixed?
A malfunction caused by a combination of "<?tpbal=1>" and "<?ruby=1><?rb=1><?rb=0><?rt=1><?rt=0><?ruby=0>".
How about SPR7205807 afterwards?
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