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playground:playground [2018/05/28 17:31]
Traumflug
playground:playground [2018/05/30 00:10]
Traumflug
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 This is a test to find out of we could write proper 10Ω  This is a test to find out of we could write proper 10Ω 
  
-[[playground/​playground|existing link]], [[bla bla|not existing link]] [[http://​jump-ing.com/​|external link]]+[[playground/​playground|existing link]], [[bla bla|not existing link]][[http://​jump-ing.com/​|external link]]
  
 +  * Regular spaces for comparison .. : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
 +  * Non-breaking space by replacement:​ 1\_2\_3\_4\_5\_6\_7\_8\_9\_0
 +  * Non-breaking space by UTF-8 char : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
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 Why does docuwiki translates N & o to No? Seems to NimbusMonoL font at Fedora and iPad is acting up... Why does docuwiki translates N & o to No? Seems to NimbusMonoL font at Fedora and iPad is acting up...
  
   * It's the font delivered by the wiki server which is acting up (result of a quick click on //apply all ligatures// when creating the font). I always wanted to fix this, but procrastinated it so far. --Traumflug   * It's the font delivered by the wiki server which is acting up (result of a quick click on //apply all ligatures// when creating the font). I always wanted to fix this, but procrastinated it so far. --Traumflug
 +  * News on this one! During the upgrade to DokuWiki "​Greebo"​ I also rebuilt the font (it comes with Ghostscript). As you can see above (I didn't change this), the '​No'​ now actually looks like '​No',​ not like a Numero glyph. If you actually want the Numero glyph, good luck in finding that one on your keyboard. --Traumflug
  
playground/playground.txt · Last modified: 2018/05/30 00:11 by Traumflug