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Hi Issa,

Le 02/04/13 05:57 AM, Issa Alkurtass a écrit :
Hello Marc,

Marc Paré wrote on March 30, 2013 1:51 PM:
I also wonder if the font is good to use for all native language groups.
Any ideas on this? Would our Arabic/Asian ... nl members be able to use
the font?

It doesn't support Arabic, but I don't think other Latin alternatives would support or look good 
even if they did.
Arabic will always need its own font.

Issa Alkurtass
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I would like to thank you for all of the help you are giving us with this. The help is really appreciated.

As we are doing this template for all of the native language groups and for their own use, could you suggest a font for our Arabic marketing team? We can make a note of the recommended font on the template. I wonder if the font also supports Japanese as the JP team has become quite active as well in the past few weeks.



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