(Auszug aus "XSL-FO ― Die Referenz" von Manuel Montero Pineda & Steffen Herkert, 2016, dpunkt.verlag)

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Category Text Transformation

Specifies the normalization of text. [no-LT]

Value: auto | none | nfc | nfkc | nfd | nfkd
Applies to:all block-level and inline-level formatting objects

Values have the following meanings.

autoDepends on the value of normalize specified to the Option Setting File.
noneDoes not normalize text.
nfcPerforms NFC.
nfkcPerforms NFKC.
nfdPerforms NFD.
nfkdPerforms NFKD.

Specifies whether the normalization defined in UAX#15: Unicode Normalization Forms is performed. The normalization is performed to the character strings described in the text area. If you use only the normalized code from the start, it is not necessary to specify the normalization. If not, the normalization by NFC will be a good choice for practical use.

In these conversions, all the Composition Exclusions are excluded from the normalization processing when axf:normalize-exclude="full-composition-exclusion" is specified.

CAUTION:Please keep in mind that U+00A0, which is a meaningful code as FO, will be transformed to U+0020, etc. by performing the normalization with NFKC, for example.

This feature is not available with AH Formatter V6.3 Lite.

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