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Spacing problem with xpinyin

The xpinyin package provides a way to annotate Chinese characters with their Latin phonetic transcriptions. For characters with multiple pronunciations, one would use ...
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Is there a punctuation mark that does not take up any space?

I'm typesetting a text from a 17th century Chinese woodblock print. The original text is printed vertically, and I'm printing it horizontally. The text has the same number of Chinese characters per ...
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Pinyin with pdfLaTeX: Problem with spacings

I want to write a document in english and some words in chinese using pdfLaTeX. Here a MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[UTF8]{ctex} \begin{document} nǔrén\v{a}amùtūou \end{document} This ...
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Spacing only works in xeCJK for Chinese and Japanses but not Korean

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{xeCJK} \setCJKmainfont{Batang} \CJKspace \begin{document} 一二三四五 一 二 三 四 五 あいうえお あ い う え お 일이삼사오 일 이 삼 사 오 \end{document} I'm trying to write something ...
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CJK spacing suddenly no longer works

I have been using CJK script in my documents successfully for some time, but today it suddenly stopped working properly. I did update some packages through TeX Live today, and recently I reinstalled a ...
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Displaying pinyin over Chinese characters, without impacting word spacing

I want to display pinyin (romanized form) over Chinese characters. However, the two methods I know (using stackrel or tabular both change the spacing between characters. This demonstrates the problem: ...
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Temporarily changing the spacing between Chinese text and numerals

When mixing Chinese text and non-math mode numbers together within a sentence, narrow numbers are given the same amount of space as characters: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{ctexcap} ...
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How to write spaces between Korean words with XeCJK?

I'm just trying to get LaTeX output spaces between Korean words. At the moment all it can do is to give long chains of syllables just like in Chinese or in Japanese, ignoring all the spaces I set. ...
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Suppress space between Chinese and Roman typeface in XeLaTeX

When the Roman characters [a-z0-9] and Chinese characters alternate in XeLaTeX, a space is automatically entered between the two types of character. For example, both Abcde我fg and Abcde 我 fg produce: ...