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Gregory Abramov
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{shekasteh Font} 12 EXCLUSIVE


Dima Shekasteh Free Regular is a Regular TrueType Font. It has been downloaded 23151 times. 56 users have given the font a rating of 3.5 out of 5. Check out Character Map section to understand the Calligraphy of Dima Shekasteh Free Regular.




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Naskh script (sometimes written as "Nasx") is a commonly-used script of the Arabic alphabet used in printed Persian. Due to its simple and clear style, most modern fonts used in Persian word processing are based on the Naskh script; therefore it is the style you will see used in books. It is also the style of writing taught to children.


As you might have noticed there are not that many companies making Arabic fonts. The reason for that might be the fact that one cannot make any money by designing Arabic or Persian typefaces. So most of the efforts in this field is done by a few companies (like Linotype, Monotype, and some others) outside the Middle East. I list them all in the near future in another post about commercial Arabic and Persian (Farsi) fonts, but here I introduce the available free fonts I find most useful. Some of them are made by support from the local governments (Uthman, Nastaliq, Neirizi) and some others are made by individuals. Most of them can be used for styling text in any Arabic-script language including Arabic, Persian (Farsi), Dari, Kurdish (Sorani), Punjabi, Pashto, Urdu, Kashmiri, Sindhi, and Uyghur.


Next, you need to install and activate, and use, a Persian keyboard. Look around online for one, or, create your own. These four are needed: font, language on system, keyboard, finally, a program which can work with these. Tell us how you make it.


Does anyone have the Naskh font in ascii format rather than unicode if that is possible. My application only accepts .txt files in ascii not unicode and i wish to add a form of Arabic to the text avaliable


Hi, very nice fonts. I have Mac Mountain Lion, using LibreOffice word processor set up for R-to-L. Geeza Pro (default Persian font, I believe) works fine. However, Roya, Nazli, IranNastaliq are not connecting the individual characters. Any suggestions? 076b4e4f54


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