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So ГОСТ defines a strict set of standards for drawing diagrams. (This is a Russian state standard.)
I have a homework problem where I have to draw the attached picture. But no matter what I do, whether it be in BricsCAD or another kind of software, I can't get the kerning (spacing between the letters) right.
I used the following code in the Properties list: \H3.5;\A1;d\H2.5;\S^1;
That gets pretty far, actually
I also tried using the subscript '1' from unicode by copying it and pasting it in.
Yes, I did get the standard GOST font file loaded correctly, which is widely freely available on the web. (Or maybe this file has a bug in it, that is the kerning isn't set up right?)
Does anyone know how to do this correctly?
Also, about these text formatting codes. I could not find an entry in the BricsCAD documentation which discusses this. Perhaps BricsCAD has other keys, which permit greater control? It would be nice to see this help page. Pretty much the only mention on the web of formatting codes that I could find is from AutoCAD. Or maybe this is only for backwards compatibility with AutoCAD and there is a better way to get this done?
Please help. Thanks!