Okay, I've read the documentation, most of which I don't understand, and I can't figure out how to get one of the following two things to happen:
-draw open quote character if prefixed by empty space, substitute with close quote character if suffixed by empty space
-draw open quote character if prefixed by empty space, mirror transform the character if suffixed by empty space
I assume it has something to do with contextual substitution but that stuff scrambles my brain. I'm not so technically-inclined. Can anyone provide instructions?
Not to worry Claude, no-one does
What you want is not possible to make with a font.
But you can do that with a text editor (like word or open office), using a replace standard function.
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