How to use Mojigumi with QuarkXPress 8 Plus Edition

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How to use Mojigumi with QuarkXPress 8 Plus Edition

Applying mojigumi sets

 

This feature is applied or used as paragraph attribute like hanging characters in style sheets. The mojigumi set's settings are applied to the characters in the associated mojigumi character class. Only one mojigumi set can be applied to each paragraph. Each mojigumi set is associated with one mojigumi character class.

 

To apply a mojigumi set to a paragraph, choose its name from the Mojigumi Sets drop-down menu in the Paragraph Attributes dialog box (Style > Formats). To apply a mojigumi set to a paragraph style sheet, choose the mojigumi set name from the Mojigumi Sets drop-down menu in the Format tab of the Edit Paragraph Style Sheet dialog box (Edit > Style Sheets > New > Paragraph or Edit > Style Sheets > Edit).

Creating a mojigumi character class

 

  1. Choose Edit > Mojigumi > Character Classes. The Mojigumi Character Classes dialog box displays.
  2. Click New. The Edit Mojigumi Character Class dialog box displays.
  3. Enter a name in the Name field.
  4. Enter characters in the Open Punctuation field, the Close Punctuation (Paren) field, the Close Punctuation (Kutoh-ten) field, and the Middle Punctuation field.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Click Save.

Creating a mojigumi set

 

  1. Choose Edit > Mojigumi > Sets to display the Mojigumi Sets dialog box.
  2. Click New. The Edit Mojigumi Set dialog box displays.
  3. Enter a name in the Name field.
  4. Choose a mojigumi character class from the Class drop-down menu.
  5. The settings in the Edit Mojigumi Sets dialog box let you control the width or spacing for characters in the specified mojigumi character class. You can also control which adjustments take priority.
  • Name: Displays the name of the mojigumi set being edited.
  • Units: Specify the units used to control mojigumi for this mojigumi character class.
  • Class: Displays the name of the mojigumi character class being edited.  

 

Open Punctuation

  • Begin Line: Specify character width or spacing for opening punctuation that falls at the beginning of a line.
  • Mid Line: Specify character width or spacing for opening punctuation that falls in the middle of a line.
  • Begin Paragraph: Specify character width or spacing for opening punctuation that falls at the beginning of a paragraph. This setting takes priority over the Begin Line setting.

 

 

Close Punctuation 

 

  • Mid Line (Parens): Specify character width or spacing for closing punctuation that falls in the middle of a line.
  • Mid Line (Kutoh-ten): Specify character width or spacing for Kutoh-ten that falls in the middle of a line. Kutoh-ten is a Japanese word meaning 'period and comma.'
  • End Line: Specify character width or spacing for closing punctuation that falls at the end of a line.

 

 

 Middle Punctuation

 

  • Begin Line: Specify character width or spacing for middle punctuation that falls at the beginning of a line.
  • Mid Line: Specify character width or spacing for middle punctuation that falls in the middle of a line.
  • End Line: Specify character width or spacing for middle punctuation that falls at the end of aline.
  • Begin Paragraph: Specify character width or spacing for middle punctuation that falls at the beginning of a paragraph. This setting takes priority over the Begin Line setting.

 

 

 Contiguous Punctuation

 

  • Open - Open: Specify character width or spacing for adjacent opening punctuation. For example: ((
  • Close (Parens) - Open: Specify character width or spacing for adjacent closing and opening punctuation. For example: )(
  • Kutoh-ten - Open: Specify character width or spacing for Kutoh-ten that is adjacent to opening punctuation. Kutoh-ten is a Japanese word meaning 'period and comma.' For example:. (
  • Close - Close: Specify character width or spacing for adjacent closing punctuation. For example: ))
  • Close - Middle: Specify character width or spacing for adjacent closing and middle punctuation. For example: ;)
  •  Middle - Open: Specify character width or spacing for adjacent middle and opening punctuation. For example: (:

 

 

CJK & R Space

Specify the character spacing for Chinese, Japanese, or Korean characters that are adjacent to Roman characters. This feature overrides the percentage in the Space between CJK & R field in the Character panes of the Preferences dialog box . However, this affects only the characters in the mojigumi character set.

 

 

Character Width Setting, Character Space Setting

Specify the character width or spacing for Open Punctuation, Close Punctuation, Middle Punctuation, and Contiguous Punctuation.

 

  • Fixed Full Width: Specify the character width to a fixed full-em width.
  • Fixed Half Width: Specify the character width to a fixed half-em width.
  • Full Width to Half Width: Specify the character width to a full-em width, but allow characters to be squeezed down to a half-em width.
  • Half Width to Full Width: Specify the character glyph width to a half-em width, but allow characters to be stretched up to a full-em width.
  •  Full Width or Half Width: Allow characters to fit either a full-em width or a half-em width. Full width has priority.
  • Half Width or Full Width: Allow characters to fit either a half-em width or a full-em width. Half width has priority.
  • Full Width Space: Specify the space between character glyphs to a full-em width.
  • Half Width Space: Specify the space between character glyphs to a half-em width.
  • Full Width to No Space: Specify the space between character glyphs to a full-em width, but allow spaces to be squeezed to no-em width.
  • Half Width to No Space: Specify the space between character glyphs to a half-em width, but allow spaces to squeeze to no-em width.
  • None to Half Width Space: Specify the space between character glyphs to no-em width, but allow spaces to be stretched to a half-em width.
  •  Quarter Width Space: Specify the space between character glyphs to a quarter-em width.
  • Quarter Width to No Space: Specify the space between character glyphs to a quarter-em width, but allow spaces to be squeezed to no-em width.

 

 

 

Priority

 Specify the order in which mojigumi spacing adjusts.

  •  High: Adjust first.
  •   Mid: Adjust second.
  •   Low: Adjust last.

 

Preview

Enable or disable an editable preview of the width and spacing settings.
 

For more information, see the PLUS edition of A Guide to QuarkXPress, available on the Quark Web site.

 

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  • Date Created: 11/20/2012
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