Le 21/07/2017 à 10:32, Martin Hosken a écrit :
I realise this is a bit of a sales pitch, but it's a mutual benefit pitch.
SIL's Awami Nastaliq font has just been released http://software.sil.org/awami/release-1-000.
This is a nastaliq Arabic font that, in combination with LibreOffice (since it's Graphite only)
makes LibreOffice the most powerful accessible word processing system for not just Urdu but all
the languages of Pakistan that use nastaliq.
So if you are of know of users in that region, please let them know that they now have the
capability to produce nice looking text for free!
BTW the font also works in FireFox. So you can put up webpages with it too.
Thanks a lot for the information, I'm copying your mail to l10N list and
other relevant lists.
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