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Style issues for Japanese
Separating content & presentation
u problems of resolution to support bold and italics in small CJK characters on-screen
u different ways of emphasizing text in Japanese (wakiten & amikake)
u different fonts need to be used for font-family assignments
u no upper- vs. lower-case distinction in Japanese
u no convention of distinguishing between proportional and mono-spaced fonts for Japanese scripts
u line heights, paraleading, and possibly font-size may need to be adapted, since Japanese characters are more complicated and square than eg. Latin
u wrapping rules may need adjustment, since there are no spaces between words in Japanese
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