Re: Foreign fonts
- Thanks Susanne,
I am not really sure of that, but I think installing the Asian
languages package, which is usually a part of the windows operating
system may solve this problem. I had some troubles using English as
the default operating system here in KSA as the Arabic version is
mainly the installed version in most machines I used in the
univesity here. I sometimes can't type in Arabic because of the same
problem again where I see the typed Arabic characters as latin ones
instead. In third cases, I have to use the right click/ encoding
option to choose Arabic for reading them..
But installing Arabic or Asian to your browser will solve this
problem I guess... :o
--- In email@example.com, "Susanne Nyrop"
> Dear Ismail,last part of
> I suppose one needs to have Arabian font installed to read the
> your message. I've got Chinese font installed, and sometimes I getmessages
> from Venny or yaodong where I can see that the Chinese charactersare typed
> (although it is far too complex for me to read anything). But thelocal
> "touch " in your greeting is neat...