From: Munzir Taha <munzirtaha@my...> - 2003-04-14 21:00:39
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> Very nice, I am happy to see the Kacstqr font. It looks nice. It seems =
> package has replaced the old one with more polished, less size Arabic
> I tried it for five minutes only but could find many inconsistencies. I
> will mention two now.
> If you write
> you will notice the Alef and Dal is so close together which is not
> beautiful at all.
> Anothor issue is if you write the same word in kate or kwrite (in Kword
> it's Ok) the Alef won't appear which is serious enough. I confirmed it'=
> not a kde issue because your Kacstqura is Ok but Kacstqr has this probl=
Now I figured out why this has happened. I mean why didn't the Alef appea=
r in Kate. It turned out to be the size of the font.
If font-size <=3D 18, the ALEF will be rendered as a HAMZA.
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