[JLReq] Fig. 137

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[JLReq] Fig. 137

Tony Graham-3
The paragraph before Fig. 137 [1] is:

   There is another variation that allows ruby text to overhang any
   ideographic characters (cl-19), hiragana (cl-15) or katakana (cl-16)
   up to the full-width size of a ruby character (see [Fig.137]).

but it seems to me that the ruby in Fig. 137 overhangs adjacent
ideographic and kana characters by half the size of a ruby character.
In particular, both instances of "ふところ" ruby has forced extra space
around the "懐" base characters.

Regards,


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[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/2009/NOTE-jlreq-20090604/#fig2_3_32-en