Re: Thin Space?
Ok, I give up. I've done some research, and other than determining that a thin space is "the thinnest space that normally separates words", what is it and what's it for?
(NB: I do NOT have a background in typography, and until I started using Frame I'd never heard of thin spaces. After I started using Frame I'd heard of them, but ignored them completely.)
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