#1 No AAT substitution or layout tables

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2012-10-16
2005-02-27
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Your fonts do not contain any AAT substitution or layout tables,
causing each character to render in its isolated form and along a flat,
not diagonal baseline (as Urdu requires), causing any text written to
be pretty much unreadable. I have attached a screenshot of your
fonts compared against Geeza Pro, an arabic font that ships with
the OS.

Discussion

  • Nicholas Shanks

    Nicholas Shanks - 2005-02-27

    screenshot of PakType fonts

     
  • Lateef Sagar Shaikh

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    Hi,
    Currently these fonts only support OLTs (OpenType Layout
    Tables) supported by Windows, Linux and Java, but not AATs
    that are required for Mac OS.
    I do not have sufficient command over AAT, therefore if
    anyone can volunteerly add AAT in these fonts, that'l lbe
    great.

    Regards
    Sagar

     

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