Thank you for your response.
> When you need that level of precision, smart quotes are not for you.
I agree. However, in specialized fields (linguistics and philosophy, for example), single quotation marks are commonly used to refer to technical terms or specialized uses of words
: "Single quotes are easier on the eyes when reading material that uses quotes frequently, which is why academic publishers adopted this format for works in these areas."
> You can use entities directly to obtain the desired result, e.g. \rsquo, \lsquo...
I think that this is rather tedious. Do you agree? If so, it seems reasonable to me that there should be some option to export text such as...
...in the form of...
It occurs to me that an academic who works in the field of linguistics or philosophy should be able to properly export his or her writing without using cryptic glyphs ("...") or commenting out line `5545` of `ox.el`. Do you agree?
Thank you for your time and your consideration.