Salaam, Huseyin, I missed this and other threads, it's been busy here...
On Tue, 07 May 2013 23:35:25 -0600, H. Özoguz <h.oezo...@mmnetz.de> wrote:
But with traditionalarabic it is worse than with arabtype. What could be a way to fix this?
Traditional Arabic is a uniscribe-compliant font, but not a fully opentype font. Uniscribe also supports older, pre-unicode protocols. In other words, TraditionalArabic is platform-dependent. So unless M$ has updated it in a recent OS, it will not work in ConTeXt MkIV. Since XeTeX uses the local libraries, then mkii/xetex on windows might work.
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