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I am a member of DANTE e.V. - the German language TeX users group.

During my spare time I am running a small company that uses LuaTeX in its main product (www.speedata.de, http://speedata.github.io/publisher/ - the source code).


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comment How get a space values between every chars?
See the package ctan.org/pkg/lua-visual-debug - it analyzes the box at shipout.
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comment Using LuaLaTeX and SQLite3
See also tex.stackexchange.com/q/48193/243
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comment Using LuaLaTeX and SQLite3
I have the strong feeling that package.path is ignored in kpathsea systems. - see tex.stackexchange.com/a/31904/243
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comment Best way on “how to prevent overfull boxes with parameters”
@cfr I know how microtype makes paragraphs nicer, but it doesn't help me in the strict sense of the question. I was hoping for a set of parameters that allows a "the lowest badness but all lines <= hsize".
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6
comment Best way on “how to prevent overfull boxes with parameters”
@egreg That's what I do now (github.com/speedata/publisher/commit/…) - but I'd be happy to save the time to re-break every paragraph.
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revised Best way on “how to prevent overfull boxes with parameters”
large -> last
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comment Best way on “how to prevent overfull boxes with parameters”
@cfr I need to prevent all overfull boxes, no matter what (except those who are impossible to solve, where the word for example is larger than \hsize). So microtype does not help me.
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comment Bounding box for each letter
@Sigur well, LuaTeX makes it easy to draw these lines. PDFTeX and other engines are completely lacking this kind of support. So there is no way I could implement this behaviour for other engines.