CTAN update: amiri-font
ctan-ann at dante.de
Mon Jul 23 13:54:41 CEST 2012
the daemon wrote:
> An upload to cam.ctan.org is in /anfs/ctan-inc/upload-20120719-104024/
> Name of contribution: amiri-font
> Author's name: Khaled Hosny
> Package version: 0.104
> Location on CTAN: /fonts/amiri
> Summary description: Amiri is a classical Arabic typeface, Naskh
> style, for typesetting books and other running text.
> License type: other-free
> Announcement text given by the package's contributor:
> * New glyphs:
> - New localised slash glyph, to align better with Arabic digits.
> - New, less bulky Arabic @ sign.
> - Proportional digits (â€˜pnumâ€™ feature).
> * Fixes:
> - Give some room to the low small waw.
> - Fix seen tooth with "ss02".
> - Fix raa with inverted v above.
> - Improve medial kaf of kaf-mem-alef
> - Make subtending marks work with Firefox (and other HarfBuzz based applications).
> - Arabic number sign (U+0600) now accepts a 4th digits, and is made
> a bit wider, to avoid collision with wide digits.
> - Fix combining Qur'anic madda with inverted damma.
> - Drop the Th ligature.
> - Other miscellaneous fixes.
> * Kerning:
> - Kern final lam-alef with kaf.
> Users may view the package catalogue entry at
> or they may browse the package directory at
thanks for the upload; i've installed the new version, and updated the
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