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hello everybody,
please download two files below:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4Cl8vW ... sp=sharing
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4Cl8vW ... sp=sharing
arabic32.txt contains this word, (arabic33.wps does not contain it)
الأمامي
when you open arabic32.txt, it display wrong, missing something, but if you deleteالأمامي , it display ok.
anybody can tell me why?

Thanks
Ken
Hi Ken,
I did some tests on it, and it looks like the problem came from لأ which is the character ل unicode U+0644, followed by the character أ unicode U+0623. The combination of these two characters is actually a new character لأ unicode U+FEF7 (http://codepoints.net/U+FEF7) which is in "Arabic Presentation Forms B" table (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_script_in_Unicode).
There are other ligatures such as: ﻵ ﻶ ﻷ ﻸ ﻹ ﻺ ﻻ ﻼ

Another problem you may check is that the word have to be fully writen in the same line. It means, when a word reach the end of line, it returns to new line.

Kingsoft-Office
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Libre-Office
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Cheers :)

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Karim wrote: Hi Ken,
I did some tests on it, and it looks like the problem came from لأ which is the character ل unicode U+0644, followed by the character أ unicode U+0623. The combination of these two characters is actually a new character لأ unicode U+FEF7 (http://codepoints.net/U+FEF7) which is in "Arabic Presentation Forms B" table (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_script_in_Unicode).
There are other ligatures such as: ﻵ ﻶ ﻷ ﻸ ﻹ ﻺ ﻻ ﻼ

Another problem you may check is that the word have to be fully writen in the same line. It means, when a word reach the end of line, it returns to new line.

Kingsoft-Office
Image

Libre-Office
Image

Cheers :)


Hi Karim,
Thank you very much!
As you said, لأ caused the display problem. ( It is a combinated word, can you help to test whether other combinated words can cause this problem? ) i don't know why it caused this problem...
For the break line problem, i will investigate it!

Now, i really know how complex arabic is! It is a challenge for me!

Thank you very much again! ^_^
Ken
Karim wrote: Hi Ken,
I did some tests on it, and it looks like the problem came from لأ which is the character ل unicode U+0644, followed by the character أ unicode U+0623. The combination of these two characters is actually a new character لأ unicode U+FEF7 (http://codepoints.net/U+FEF7) which is in "Arabic Presentation Forms B" table (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_script_in_Unicode).
There are other ligatures such as: ﻵ ﻶ ﻷ ﻸ ﻹ ﻺ ﻻ ﻼ

Another problem you may check is that the word have to be fully writen in the same line. It means, when a word reach the end of line, it returns to new line.

Kingsoft-Office
Image

Libre-Office
Image

Cheers :)


Hi Karim,
I have several problems need your help:
1. can you upload a wps file which was shown in your picture?
2. can you type sevaral words follow من , i want to check whether the first char follow whitespace can not display.
3. could you help to do a test for kashida.
4. could you help to do a test for combination words ( two characters represented by one glyph, one character represented by two glyph)

Thank you very much!
Ken
Hi Ken,
1- The file in the picture is named arabic_test (.wps, .doc)
2- several words which follow the word من . I think it is not displayed because it is preceded by the combined glyph لأ
3- The kashida is fine
4- There is a problem with tashkiil

For (2,3,4) you may look at legature_test.wps and arabic32.txt

Thank you for your effort :)

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Karim wrote: Hi Ken,
1- The file in the picture is named arabic_test (.wps, .doc)
2- several words which follow the word من . I think it is not displayed because it is preceded by the combined glyph لأ
3- The kashida is fine
4- There is a problem with tashkiil

For (2,3,4) you may look at legature_test.wps and arabic32.txt

Thank you for your effort :)


Hi Karim,
2. i fixed this bug, and thank you very much!
4. i will investigate it soon!

Thanks a lot again!
Ken
Hi Ken,
Sorry I didn't mention what's the problem with Tashkiil.

The problem is, when you add Tashkiil (diacritics) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_diacritics) we'll have the same issue as using the combined characters in one glyph. (some characters will not be shown)

In the pictures bellow, there are two sentences: the first without Tashkiil and second containss Tashkiil.
The pictures in the attachement are WPS Office in Windows and Ubuntu, and Libre Office in Ubuntu.

Thank you :)

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Karim wrote: Hi Ken,
Sorry I didn't mention what's the problem with Tashkiil.

The problem is, when you add Tashkiil (diacritics) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_diacritics) we'll have the same issue as using the combined characters in one glyph. (some characters will not be shown)

In the pictures bellow, there are two sentences: the first without Tashkiil and second containss Tashkiil.
The pictures in the attachement are WPS Office in Windows and Ubuntu, and Libre Office in Ubuntu.

Thank you :)


Dear Karim
I have fixed these bugs.
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4Cl8vW ... sp=sharing
Please help to test it.

Thanks very much!
Ken
ken i wrote:
arhsa wrote: Hi Ken
Nice to see your effort for Arabic support, I'm Indonesian but always write and read Arabic articles, WPS is great office suite and it's now supporting Arabic language.

I try Alpha 12 to write Arabic letter, it Ok, but for sentences there's a bug like your post. I haven't try Alpha 12 patch1 yet, still downloading it .

I request for placing RTL/LTR icon in toolbar to quick access.


Thanks a lot Ken
And thanks for all developers


Hi Arhsa,
you should download it from URL below:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4Cl8vW ... sp=sharing
why do you need a RTL/LTR icon?

Thanks very much!
Ken


Hi Ken.
If I use ALT+Shift to change from English to Arabic, it's just change the writing language, but alignment and format still English. for one sentence or one line there's no problem, but for Arabic sentences more than line, it really problem. Yes I can change to align right as Arabic Language was began from right, but when I change it to justify, it keep English format from left. For Arabic it's really big problem.

how I fix this? without RTL/LTR icon, how to change from English to Arabic format?

I've download .deb trough your link, I installed it but can't be opened, in Ubuntu 12.04 and same problem in Linux Mint 14. anything missing?

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arhsa wrote:
ken i wrote:
arhsa wrote: Hi Ken
Nice to see your effort for Arabic support, I'm Indonesian but always write and read Arabic articles, WPS is great office suite and it's now supporting Arabic language.

I try Alpha 12 to write Arabic letter, it Ok, but for sentences there's a bug like your post. I haven't try Alpha 12 patch1 yet, still downloading it .

I request for placing RTL/LTR icon in toolbar to quick access.


Thanks a lot Ken
And thanks for all developers


Hi Arhsa,
you should download it from URL below:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4Cl8vW ... sp=sharing
why do you need a RTL/LTR icon?

Thanks very much!
Ken


Hi Ken.
If I use ALT+Shift to change from English to Arabic, it's just change the writing language, but alignment and format still English. for one sentence or one line there's no problem, but for Arabic sentences more than line, it really problem. Yes I can change to align right as Arabic Language was began from right, but when I change it to justify, it keep English format from left. For Arabic it's really big problem.

how I fix this? without RTL/LTR icon, how to change from English to Arabic format?

I've download .deb trough your link, I installed it but can't be opened, in Ubuntu 12.04 and same problem in Linux Mint 14. anything missing?
(I used Windows version for this example)
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