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Comment by gferreira_admin 29th june 2009
looks lovely! i have no idea bout legilility, though.
Comment by champamoore 1st july 2009
Hello Pascal,

I like where this is going... :-)

I know you need additional glyphs to make a complete working arabic font. Could you please email me a list of those missing glyphs? We would like to support as many languages and writing systems as possible on FontStruct, and such a list would help us to get the arabic set working right.

Thanks in advance,
Comment by gferreira_admin 15th july 2009
Hey Gustavo.
now only the isolated forms are present from the "Arabic" unicodes , you need the add also the initial, medial and final forms of the letters that are present in the "Arabic Presentation Form-B" unicodes. you will also notice that the isolated glyphs of each letters have two unicodes, one from the "Arabic" and another from the "Arabic Presentation Form-b". the isolates glyphs should have the two unicodes for the font to work.
Comment by Pascal Zoghbi (pascal.zoghbi) 18th july 2009

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