From: Gregg Reynolds (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 14 2005 - 16:22:46 CDT
Patrick Andries wrote:
> Mete Kural a écrit :
>>>Let me predict that someone will want so badly to color the alif portion of
>>>a lam-alif ligature that he makes a gif of what that ligature would look
>>>like and posts it here.
>>Yup, you're right. We have some special needs to color parts of an Arabic word in a different color.
> This is obvious but different from colouring the parts of a ligature.
> For obvious need for separate letters, an image from a tutorial I gave
> last week in Beirut:
> For the next one, I explicitly did not want to colour the two parts of
> the lam-alif ligatures but I could not colour the two parts of the split
> Tamil vowel which I would have loved being able to do (in PowerPoint):
Ok, here's my two cents: http://www.arabink.com/arabic/main.html
You'll find two images, one with red lam - black alif, and one with red
radicals and black non-radicals, including a red hamza on a black seat.
These are from a PDF doc produced by Omega, which I hacked up a couple
years ago for precisely the purpose of coloring radicals. Instead of
markup, I designed my own encoding using different Latin-1 chars for
radicals/non-radicals, e.g. L/l etc.
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