In Section 3.1.9, Positioning of Closing Brackets, Full Stops, Commas
and Middle Dots at Line End , figures 77 and 78 each show the
kihon-hanmen grid and some characters that are "off grid" w.r.t. it. In
contrast, figure 79 shows the actual "character frame" of each fullwidth
and half-width character.
All three figures have lines that end with solid setting. AFAICT,
figures 77 and 78 could just as easily have been drawn to show the
character frames, or figure 79 could have been drawn to show the
Is there a reason for the change in perspective about the grid for these
figures within the one section?