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  1. #1
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    issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    hi all
    I am trying to write any symbol in

    arabic
    I am using unicode in canvas for draw

    that

    like the symbol ?
    the unicode it is ufe70

    and I draw it by
    Code:
    g.drawString(new String("\ufe70"), 0,
    but I can see the rectangle words

    only.
    can I do that in j2me???
    if yes please hint me to some line to

    understand that??

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    Hi iraqy2010,

    There have been already some suggestions regarding your issue in another thread. Could you please check the suggested solution and post back any further questions in the original thread here?

    http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...cter-in-canvas!!!

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    All systems do not support Arabic diacritics. As far as I know Arabic text can be written without them.

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    thank u for reply
    I apologize regarding the post was in another thread
    All systems do not support Arabic diacritics. As far as I know Arabic text can be written without them.
    this means I never to try to solve this problem

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    any one help me and hint me
    Can I solve my problem or not???

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    Have you checked the solution provided by traud in the thread I provided below?

    It should work without any unicode encoding, you can pass Arabic characters directly as the String argument in the drawString method as follows:

    Code:
    g.drawString("سلام",x,...
    If this doesn't work, please let us know on which device and software version you are trying this.

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    hi skalogir
    thank you for your reply
    all chars of arabic work but i want to display some symbol in arabic as like( ُ , ٍ ,ٌ )
    and i wrote it with unicode but not work with any device
    it worked with standard emulater of netbeans but not worked on mobile and not worked on emulater of 3rd edition

    pleas if it impossible work guide me to leave it
    but if possible what i do

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    After further investigation on your issue, it seems indeed that it is not possible to display properly the glyphs from FE70 to FE7F, while there are no problems in displaying the rest of the Arabic characters starting from FE80.

    This does not seem to be Nokia specific problem though, as I get the same behavior when using both a Nokia SDK and Oracle's WTK.
    it worked with standard emulater of netbeans
    Can you please provide the SDK and the version of the Java SE Runtime Environment you were using when you manage to make this work (type java -version in a command prompt)? By standard you mean Oracle's WTK? If so, which version?
    Last edited by skalogir; 2012-01-05 at 09:42.

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    hi skalogir
    thank you for your interest with issue me

    Can you please provide the SDK and the version of the Java SE Runtime Environment you were using when you manage to make this work

    when i wrote this code
    Code:
     g.drawString(new String("\ufe71"), 0,)
    must to display ( ً )
    but it
    displayed a rectangle word in any Sdk ,but when this code
    Code:
     g.drawString( "\u064b", 0, 0 ,0)
    it appear properly in platform name java(tm) platform micro editin sdk 3.0
    device name
    defaultCldctwiohone1
    but it never appear with s60 3rd edition
    I repeat my request
    pleas if it impossible work guide me to leave it
    but if possible what i do
    my regards

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    Thank you for the additional information on the error. I have now verified that the isolated Unicode form ("\uFE70") doesn't work on neither Oracle's Wireless Toolkit, nor Nokia's SDK. The generic Unicode form ("\u064B") works on the Wireless Toolkit, but not on Nokia's SDK. I am afraid this is an error and I don't see a way around it. I will report this as a bug.

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    thanks my friend
    I waiting you

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    hi all...
    anyone found anything about my issue
    pleas if it impossible work guide me to leave it
    but if possible what i do
    my regards

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    As of now, there is no known solution to your problem. I have created a Known Issue page here:

    http://www.developer.nokia.com/Commu...DUI_in_Java_ME

    I am not aware of any corrections coming for this now, so I would advice you to look for alternatives. I suspect, since this issue has not been reported before, that these glyphs are not used in their isolated form in words and sentences. If you are planning on using them for display purposes only, one solution would be to use static images.

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    Re: issue of glphs arabic in unicode

    hi skalogir
    thank you very much for you interesting
    If you are planning on using them for display purposes only, one solution would be to use static images.
    no my friend I want to write message and send it and possible read it

    my regards

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