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Arabetics Detroit Font

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Arabetics DetroitDesigner: Saad Abulhab
Publisher: Arabetics
Arabetics Detroit was designed by Saad Abulhab and published by Arabetics. Arabetics Detroit consists of 6 styles and household package choices. p > Arabetics Detroit is a monoshape typeface family with a repaired single shape per each Arabic Unicode character. This font household supports all Arabetic scripts covered by Unicode Standards 6.1, and the current Arabic Supplement and Extended-A Unicode blocks, consisting of assistance for Quranic texts. It includes three weights: routine, bold, and light, each of which has typical and left-slanted (Italic) versions. The style of this font style household follows the Arabetics Mutamathil style design principles making use of varying x-heights and no glyph substitutions. The Mutamathil type style was presented by the designer more than 15 years earlier. The Arabetics Detroit font household includes all needed Lam-Alif ligatures in addition to all soft vowel diacritics (harakat), which are selectively placed with many of them appearing on comparable high and low levels-top left corner-to clearly identify them from the letters. The Tatweel or Kashida lengthening character is a zero-width glyph.

Font Family:
· Arabetics Detroit Light
· Arabetics Detroit Light Italic
· Arabetics Detroit Regular
· Arabetics Detroit Italic
· Arabetics Detroit Bold
· Arabetics Detroit Bold Italic

Tags: african, ajami, ajamiya, arabic, baluchi, burushaski, extended, kashmiri, kazakh, kurdish, monoglyph, monoshape, monoshaped, mutamathil, pashtu, persian, quran, simplified, sindhi, turkic, unformed, unified, uniform, urdu, uyghur
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