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Re: Setting font to Lucida Grande on Mac OS X

From: Jason Rumney
Subject: Re: Setting font to Lucida Grande on Mac OS X
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 13:49:18 +0100
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Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:

In the following

  @end smallexample
+ (In this, @var{charset} actually consists of two fields, separated by
+ a dash, see below.)

I have to question the use of the term "charset" which has a different
meaning in Mule, which also historically typically used names (such as
latin-iso8859-1) that are not valid XLFD registries.  It is true that
most Mule charsets correspond to an XLFD registry, but not all do.  I
would substitute "registry", which is a strange term to most people,
but won't bring in the connotations of "charset."

The "charset" portion is actually composed of address@hidden, so it might be useful to make that clear, otherwise the reader might wonder where the 14th field went.

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