Arabic Transparent font for Win 7
Thread poster: Mohamed Moez

Mohamed Moez  Identity Verified
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Sep 27, 2011

I've upgraded my OS from Win XP to Win 7.

Arabic transparent font is missing and I could not find it the windows folder "fonts".

It is neither in the Windows 7 installation CD!

Does any colleague know where and how to buy and/or install it?

NB: the file "arabic_transparent.ttf' seems to work only for Win XP and lower versions.


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amarpaul  Identity Verified
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Purchase link available here ... but do you really need it? Sep 27, 2011

The font can be purchased here [], but to my untutored eye, rendering the same test text (لغة واحدة لا يكفي) in Arial (NOT Arial Unicode) with Word 2010 on Windows 7 results in visually similar results.

Let me know what you think.

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Hello Sep 28, 2011

Hello Muhammad,

It seems that you did not receive my mails.

Please check this link:

It is not mentioned which version of Win.


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