multilingual


Multilingual means relating to or supporting more than one language.

Articles 3

ATDB or Arabic Type Design - Beirut is the first intensive program entirely dedicated to Arabic type design. Its first rendition took place between July 11th and August 19th 2016. Below is an account of why the program came about and how it happened.
Essays · 25 October 2016 · English
Documentation and research that lead to design of Arabic newspaper typeface
Typeface stories · 21 March 2012 · English · 1436 words
This article presents the Diwani style of Arabic which lead to designing Thuraya, a contemporary yet faithful interpretation of the Diwani style with extensive calligraphic features.
Typeface stories · 9 May 2011 · English · 2033 words

Blogs 3

The rounded sibling of Kanun and Arabic counterpart of Typotheque's October.
22 May 2017
Kanun is an Arabic signage type family carefully crafted to also handle long texts.
7 April 2017
Fedra Arabic Display is a collection of extreme light and dark fonts for large sizes. All styles have been optimised for compact settings.
22 June 2016

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Typotheque Webfont Service supports all characters that our fonts support. Look up the particular font that you are interested in, and see all Glyphs that it support. For example, Fedra Sans Book supports over 2500 glyphs.
TPTQ Arabic designs and develops Unicode-compliant fonts. Below are some instructions for using Unicode fonts to set Devanagari texts.
Up-to-date information about languages currently supported by our fonts is here.
TPTQ Arabic fonts support 85 languages, however not every version of every font supports every language. For example if you use both English and Czech in a document, you need to use a version of the font which supports those two languages.
In order to use Arabic fonts, you need to use special versions of InDesign, PhotoShop or Illustrator. These versions are labeled ME (Middle Eastern) and support bi-directional text setting for Arabic, Farsi and Hebrew. The regular version of Adobe CS3 doesn╩╝t support Arabic text setting.

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The difference between TPTQ Arabic's AR and AR+LT fonts is that AR fonts do not include Latin characters. AR+LT fonts support Western European Latin-based languages
TPTQ Arabic offers a range of consultation services covering typographic conventions for various languages, optical adjustments of text, orthography and legibility issues.
TPTQ Arabic offers Multilingual Unicode Compliant Fonts in WGL4, and larger character sset supporting over 80 languages in standard Latin, Central European, Baltic, Turkish, Greek, Cyrillic, and Arabic encodings.
TPTQ Arabic creates custom fonts and typefaces for corporate branding and identity projects. We offer tailor-made multilingual type solutions for a variety of languages and applications.