(Auszug aus "XSL-FO ― Die Referenz" von Manuel Montero Pineda & Steffen Herkert, 2016, dpunkt.verlag)
Specifies the glyph of Japanese Kanji. Applied only to the Japanese Kanji that has the substitution function for the specific Open type.
|Value:||none | jp78 | jp83 | jp90 | jp04|
|Applies to:||all block-level and inline-level formatting objects|
Values have the following meanings.
|none||Nothing is done.|
|jp78||jp78 is applied. Nothing is done when the font does not have jp78.|
|jp83||Jp83 is applied. Nothing is done when the font does not have jp83.|
|jp90||Jp90 is applied. Nothing is done when the font does not have jp90.|
|jp04||Jp04 is applied. Nothing is done when the font does not have jp04.|
The glyph of Japanese Kanji is changed more than a little by JIS in which it is being defined. Some of the Open Type font have glyphs that correspond to JIS respectively. The glyphs of such fonts can be specified by the japanese-glyph property.
|CAUTION:||AH Formatter V6.3 supports Unicode Variation Sequence. We recommend to use the feature of Variation Sequence as much as possible for Japanese Kanji.|
|CAUTION:||In AH Formatter V6.3, the specification of <string> is not recommended. Please use font-variant.|