At one time, several versions ago, the ruby text in Japanese was displaying. I just upgraded to the latest version, and it is not displaying. Which settings need to be set for it to display? I have tried a number of things, but so far I haven’t hit the magic combination. Thank you.
Hmm, there seems to be a bug:
when a marker only has one attribute defined in the style file, (like
\rb) it’s treated by some parts of the code as if there were none. Until that bug is fixed and finished (work in progress), the work-around ought to be to put:
\Marker rb #!\Attributes gloss ?junk
into a custom style sheet (allowing an optional attribute of junk, and informing the code that yes, actually there is some clever stuff for ruby).
Then you need to set the font / FontScale etc for the special marker
\Marker gloss|rb \FontScale 0.8 \LineSpacing 0.6 \Color x7f0000
There’s another bug I’ve just found (and fixed), that it ignored LineSpacing defined for
gloss|rb and only obeyed
\LineSpacing set on
rb (both should be an option, with it checking
gloss|rb first, and if there’s no value set there, checking
The fixed code is now passing basic tests and is on github. It ought to be included in 2.2.23 whenever that is released.