Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. I just tested them and they work fine. I list them all in the near future in another post about commercial Arabic and Persian Farsi fonts, but here I introduce the available free fonts I find most useful. Is there something I have to do to change this?
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August 20, at 8: April 3, at So most of the efforts in this field is done by a few companies like Linotype, Monotype, and some others outside the Middle East. April 16, at February 15, at 4: I also suggest checking the Iranian Mac User Forum, where you are likely to find more specific advice Jan 5, These four are needed: Supports multiple operating systems and languages, including double-byte character sets.
You need to enable a Persian keyboard.
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June fontx, at 9: The Farhood font is the only one which is not in a zip folder. June 17, at 3: As you might have noticed there are not that many companies making Arabic fonts.
Look around online for one, or, create your own. October 15, at 4: Fasi Font Installer Pro is a unique. January 17, at 9: Tell us how you make it.
max August 26, at 2: More could be found here: February 28, at 7: What is the difference between the Iran Nastaliq provided in the post and Iran Nastaliq 2. Geeza Pro default Persian font, I believe works fine.
July 10, at Next, you need to install and activate, and use, a Persian keyboard.
I just tested them and they work fine. September 9, at 7: You need to change language on your computer. Then use the Geeza Pro font to begin with.
We're working on more features and anticipate new releases every few. This might be a stupid question, but when I download the fonts, they are still an English font.
You can add Arabic and then when you type Arabic letters will appear on the screen. Try TextEdit or LibreOffice instead. Is there an alternative link? Farsk reason for that might be the fact that one cannot make any money by designing Arabic or Persian typefaces.