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    1 matches comment [size=18:b4c9c0f176] Hello, I use Arabic language in program that encode its text in Western Euroean ... So can i change a font in from Arabic to Western European to convence the program to work. You have to know that Arabic has complicated letters and it's right-to-left. Thank you.[/size:b4c9c0f176]
    3 matches comment Hey there, a complete newbie in typography [me] is looking for a nifty font that can be used for English, Italian, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese and Japanese. I've asked Google, but nothing came out, so I decided to turn to the pros. Thanks a lot
    1 matches comment I think this is enough. I can trace spam and take action. I can delete spam. I can trace the same person posting under different names (does not happen often). I can remove a direct link to commercial fonts or edit an email adress to prevent spamming. To me that's what matters.
    3 matches comment Still looks great and it must have taken a long time to trace. You did the background, right? Thanks, Paul
    6 matches comment Andrew, you know I am a fan of your fonts, they do look really good & are very detailed. But you should optimize your fonts. Some computers crash with just one intersecting contour in a font. You can and should edit the points when making fonts. your designs are good, you have a lot of style so I hope this doesn't sound like I am being rude, but it's not that difficult to trace a glyph into a font program that looks cool, but has 900+ points and intersecting contours... Not only will validating your fonts make them smaller files, they will make your fonts look better too, by ensuring the points are in the exact positions they should be in. Whenever possible remove redundant points, correct intersections. If you do this you will see that you could possibly remove entire contours from a glyph with incorrect direction, or that overlap, or that intersect. This will reduce the file size dramatically! And though you may not have encountered this problem yet, believe me, these flaws in a font do crash computers and will, and a font that crashes a computer... well, it's not a good thing. I didn't always fix these things either, but now I always make sure my fonts are free of errors. I made it a point to thoroughly understand my software & all that it as well as the fonts I create with it, are capable of. Anywho, your fonts are really good, but without optimizing them I am sure that some who wanted to use them were unable to.
    1 matches comment hi' Missing winsoftpro medium arabic font in my computer . please help
    3 matches comment view details for free font #3882 This is great! I hope to use it in my classroom. I have one problem however, the lower case l cannot be written together because they look like one letter instead of two. (i.e. the word Hello looks like Helo.
    1 matches comment Would also be handy if I could quoye you. Saves a lot copy / paste. "what would that change for you if you get to see the name of the very first person in the thread?" The difference between me and many other forum users is that I [and a few others] tend to answer questions instead of asking. So, true, for most users knowing who started a thread is pretty irrelevant. For me it is not. Knowing the original posters name tells me whether this visitor has reacted to a reply, I can trace what sort of questions this visitor has posted before. I can trace their reactions on answers. I can trace whether they keep asking for commercial fonts after it has been explained that this is not done, or have understood the rules of the game to keep this forum up and alive and protected against gray suits. And more. These sort of things determine how I respond - or not at all ... Have fun and ... be nice to the cats [img]http://garaje.ya.com/koeiekat/images/koeiekat_ani2.gif[/img] Relax. It is just a font.
    2 matches comment i'm looking for a font that could be used to evoke the image of india. Caliph could work but it's a bit arabic rather than hindi.
    1 matches comment I knew it! You - of course - know how to write please! Even in Arabic! Still wonder though whether Dubai Raghu can too.

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