From: Bob Hallissy (Bob_Hallissy@sil.org)
Date: Fri Mar 18 2011 - 20:25:44 CST
On 2011-03-17 at 10:19 CE Whitehead wrote:
> While fonts are being discussed, does anyone know what font will
> display the jazm character (currently encoded as a variant of the
> sukun, U+0652) properly for Urdu?
You might try a variant of SIL's Scheherazade. This font has a number of
tunable features which can be selected via SIL TypeTuner. Visit
http://scripts.sil.org/ttw/fonts2go.cgi, select Scheherazade, set the
"Sukun" feature to "Open Left", and then click on "Get tuned font" to
download a Scheherazade variant with the alternate sukun.
I'll be interested to know if this does what you want.
SIL Non-Roman Script Initiative
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