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Differences between 0647 and 06be
This basic Arabic character is still missing. It is needed for Urdu and Kurdish as used in Iran and Iraq.
Everything needed for this is already there in U+0647 ARABIC LETTER HEH, only the intial, final and isolated forms have to be changed. So there is this should be really easy to do.
I will attach a PDF with examples in DejaVu Sans, Tahoman and Scheherazade and an image about the differences to U+0647.
Created attachment 24866 [details]
Examples with DejaVu Sans, Tahoma and Scheherazade
This shows how DejaVu uses some fallback which makes the text look ugly.
Interestingly Sans Mono seems to have it already:
"Arabic Letter Heh Doachashmee (U06BE)" has 4 forms. "Initial and isolated" forms are the same and "medial and final" are same.
Now Kurdish people are using "Arabic letter Heh (U0647)"+"Zero width joiner" in isolated and final forms of "H letter of Kurdish".
And if we forget the "Zero width joiner", "Kurdish H" looks like "Kurdish E".
We don't want to push anyone, but this bug should be really easy to fix, because no new shapes have to be drawn. Only existing ones have to be rearranged to close this bug.
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