On Fri, 2004-01-16 at 18:30, Ali A. Khanban wrote: > 1. Arabic Hamza Above (U+0654), Arabic Hamza Below (U+0655), Arabic > Subscript Alef (U+0656) and Arabic Maddah Above (U+0653) behave > differently from Arabic Fatha and so on. They behave more like a letter.
This should be because of old software. What is the exact software you are using for that? If you have a copy of MS Office 2003, for example, can you reproduce the bug there? > Also, try as an example the result of Arabic Letter Waw (U+0648) + > Arabic Hamza Above (U+0654) compared to Arabic Letter Waw With Hamza > Above (U+0624). This is a bug. But I don't know if it can be fixed in a font instead of in software. I will check and see. > 2. Arabic Letter Alef Maksura (U+0649) in initial and middle form is > shown incorrectly as single and end form (the same as famous Farsi Yeh > problem). Again this is old software. I don't have the problem on Windows XP's Notepad. And this cannot be fixed in the font. > BTW, all the numerals are the same shape in different fonts. This should be due to a setting somewhere. Would you please tell me about the versions of software you're testing it with? roozbeh _______________________________________________ PersianComputing mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.sharif.edu/mailman/listinfo/persiancomputing