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@@ -10,9 +10,9 @@ It is very important to understand that Core Text is really just a text drawing
h2. Features
-One of the most interesting capabilities of Core Text is being able to render text in several columns. However, Core Test is a C-based framework, and I think that understanding and using the concepts and structures required to render text in columns can be particularly tricky. To make the my life and that of my fellow developers easier, this project contains a small set of Objective-C classes that encapsulate the creation of framesetters, attributed strings and other constructions, and takes care of the creation of several columns, as well as the division of the text in several pages if required.
+One of the most interesting capabilities of Core Text is being able to render text in several columns. However, Core Text is a C-based framework, and I think that understanding and using the concepts and structures required to render text in columns can be particularly tricky. To make the my life and that of my fellow developers easier, this project contains a small set of Objective-C classes that encapsulate the creation of framesetters, attributed strings and other constructions, and takes care of the creation of several columns, as well as the division of the text in several pages if required.
-The API interface is very simple (in purpose) and I'm pretty sure you'll be able to integrate it very easily in your own projects, particularly if you look at the sample project where the classes are used. I've also added a category for UIFont, that returns the associated CTFontRef pointer, in a similar fashion to UIImage, which is able to return a pointer to the underlying CGImageRef pointer. It also allows to create a CTFontRef from any font embedded in the application bundle. I am puzzled that the framework designers haven't included this by default in UIKit.
+The API interface is very simple (on purpose) and I'm pretty sure you'll be able to integrate it very easily in your own projects, particularly if you look at the sample project where the classes are used. I've also added a category for UIFont, that returns the associated CTFontRef pointer, in a similar fashion to UIImage, which is able to return a pointer to the underlying CGImageRef pointer. It also allows to create a CTFontRef from any font embedded in the application bundle. I am puzzled that the framework designers haven't included this by default in UIKit.
h2. What's next

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