From: Arno Schmitt (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 30 2010 - 03:15:25 CDT
Am 30.06.2010 07:59, schrieb Khaled Hosny:
> It is possible to hack around this by treating<mark><dotted circle><mark>
> sequences as<mark><mark> in the layout code, assuming nobody will ever
> insert the dotted circle manually, but this won't work for Arabic since
> the dotted circle also breaks Arabic shaping and getting around this
> will be much harder.
It is indeed annoying that Uniscribe does not allow me to change the color of a (or a couple of) letter(s), or raising a it a tiny bit
without breaking the Arabic shaping. If I want to take a letter of
a different font within a word: not possible -- of course it would be
my responsiblity to take a suitable one, and if I could push the
"strange" letter a little bit up or down, if would be easy.
We do not need a nanny, we want freedom - don't mind a warning message
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