If you use fonts in Adobe applications (InDesign, PhotoShop, Illustrator), and the fonts are missing or appear corrupted, search your computer for all copies of the file AdobeFnt.lst (for example, Adobefnt01.lst ... Adobefnt12.lst) and delete them. The easiest method is to search your hard disk for all .lst files.
Adobe CS4 and CS5 officially doesn't support Arabic. Instead, there is a separate ME version (Middle Eastern) which supports left-to-right languages.
Fedra Sans was released in 2001. Later, when Adobe Creative Suite was released, Adobe engineers decided that all fonts with the style names Regular, Roman, Book, Normal and Upright would be treated as equivalent styles. Our fonts already had 5 weights: Light, Book, Normal, Medium and Bold.
TPTQ Arabic designs and develops Unicode-compliant fonts. Below are some instructions for using Unicode fonts to set Devanagari texts.
QuarkXPress® requires AXt fonts and Layout Ltd’s ArabicXT™ extension for setting Arabic text. AXt fonts are non-Unicode fonts, using the ‘Mac Roman’ encoding; Arabic glyphs are substituted for the Roman glyphs, so for example ‘alef’ replaces capital letter G.