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Stretch is typically “synthesized” by via an x-scale transform on individual glyphs, the effect is the same.

Right, synthesizing it by running a transform on individual glyphs would make sense. You can't do that with CSS transforms, though.

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Stretch is typically “synthesized” by via an x-scale transform on individual glyphs, the effect is the same.

Right, synthesizing it by running a transform on individual glyphs would make sense. You can't do that with CSS transforms, though.

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Stretch is typically “synthesized” by via an x-scale transform on individual glyphs, the effect is the same.

Right, synthesizing it by running a transform on individual glyphs would make sense. You can't do that with CSS transforms, though.