That is a lot different than Arabic fonts.
Well, I miss understood you email
I just sent you a link to a zip file of all of true Arabic fonts I had -
Well if you want swirls and such, it sounds like a "brush" or
On 05/08/2013 10:52 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Not quite. It has to be readable as English
Just with a style that looks vaguely Arabic or reminiscent of Arabic swirls.
Actually Stuart's idea inspired me so i jumped on a Windows machine and got something that is quite
nice and is good enough. It's only for a coffee morning so i'm happy to run with what i have
already. It might be good to have something better for the future though! :)
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On 05/08/2013 09:03 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
I have a good Arabic font but it's in Arabic. I've got to get a poster together for an Arabic
ladies coffee morning and having trouble finding a font that looks vaguely Arabic but is in fact
English. DOes anyone know of a good free one?
Regards from Tom :) Many non-English fonts keep the Latin letters for the initialglyphs. What
you are looking for is a font that does not have any Latin glyphs?
When I have a few minutes, I will see if I have one.
Any particular style in mind? Any dialect?
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