### Ticket #44722

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#### Details

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{luatexja-fontspec} \begin{document}

„Aber

renders the "„" too far apart from the rest - is there any way I can fix that?

#### Ticket History (3/4 Histories)

##### 2022-05-30 11:25 Updated by: None
• New Ticket "Quotation marks conflict" created
##### 2022-05-30 12:21 Updated by: h7k
###### Comment

"„" is treated as a Japanese Character, because it is included in Adobe-Japan1-7 (a Japanese Character set). Putting \ltjsetparameter{jacharrange={-9}} in preamble (after \usepackage{luatexja-fontspec}) is the simplest solution.

##### 2022-05-30 23:09 Updated by: None
###### Comment

Thanks a lot! I had trouble finding this in the doc, but it is "4.1 Range of JAchars", right? This is the second time you helped me a lot! One question before closing: how can I check for these kind of conflicts occuring (same character in both sets)? Again thanks a lot! Can be closed!

##### 2022-06-03 20:50 Updated by: h7k
###### Comment

I had trouble finding this in the doc, but it is "4.1 Range of JAchars", right?

Yes.

how can I check for these kind of conflicts occuring (same character in both sets)?

See Section 9.2 (p. 36).

 \ltjgetparameter{jacharrange}{\ltjgetparameter{chartorange}{„}} %==> 0 (JAchar) % 0 if JAchar, 1 if ALchar`

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