I responded to the bug report.
In order to see the progress of a bug, either make a proper Savannah
account and submit the bug as that user, or I can attach your e-mail
address to bug reports.
So...in your report, you said at first there was a problem with
FreeSans, and then that recent versions do not have the problem
(thanks for noticing! I think you're the first to write in about
But I don't know how you feel about the current state. If you see
further specific problems, please don't hesitate to file a bug report.
We do our best to attend to them promptly.
Also: I think the Hebrew range in FreeSerif is a mess (although I
spent a lot of time trying to improve it). I think the glyphs didn't
even originate from the same font. The roman and bold are definately
not in accord. Furthermore, I don't think the current letters fit the
rest of FreeFont very well. So...I mean to replace the whole thing.
I've just been busy.
On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 8:40 PM, Mark H. David <m...@yv.org> wrote:
> I submitted and gave an update on this bug:
> bug #25887: FreeSans Hebrew most nonspacing marks are spacing
> Could someone take a look at it and maybe comment?
> I just joined this list, so comment in the bug or here.