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Old 10-26-2003, 05:21 AM   #1
abd_bela
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using arabic in openoffice


hi,
I downloaded the last version of openoffice ( staroffice-like). normally this version enable arabic or in general right-left language.
When I check the box for using arabic, the from rigth to left runs correctly, but I have the arabic writing ( font) I am sure that the fonts are installed .
xlsfonts | grep naskhi gives all the naskhi font

the locale-ar is installed

Does someone have an idea .

thank you very much
bela
 
  


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