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| | Does Eddy's book include a list of what you can define in DSSSL?
| | I can do a basic style sheet with what I have, but I would like
| | to do something more exact.
| Yes, it "summarizes its characteristics" and it's quite lengthy. It has a
| table that is fairly long, in the following format:
| If You Want To:
| -ignore a record-end
| Use This Characteristic
| Characteristic description sections are along the lines of these commands:
| ligature? (allow ligatures)
| min-post-line-spacing (minimum line spacing after)
| I think this is the kind of stuff you're looking for.