Multilingual Rules

Standard Typesetting Rules for Languages:

Quotations Mark: Quotation Marks Rules for All Languages


Arabic, Farsi 

Due to Right to Left formatting, these are called the most complex typesetting languages.
Use Adobe InDesign Middle East Version for these languages.

Which have the facility to typeset reverse (right to left.)

But if you typeset the document in Standard InDesign, you must have InDesign CS 6 or an updated version 
which has "Adobe World-Ready Line/Paragraph Composer"

Check List:
* Fonts: 
  Arabic: Adobe Arebic
  Farsi: Arial

* All English Characters' punctuation, and digits symbol need to correct manually i.e. .:,) (5/ etc.
* Fix paragraph alignment to flush right.
* Paragraph will start from "end of the first line of paragraph"
    continue to "next line from the right" and then end to "left of the last line". 
   for Example:




Chinese, Japanese,
These Languages run from Left to Right.

Check List:
* Fonts: 
  Chinese: SimSum (for regular), Simhei (for bold face.). 
  Japanese: Ryo Gothic Family. 

* Use "Optical" Kerning.  (if you forget to fix kerning to optical and fix matrix by mistake then there will be extra space after each punctuation.)


We will keep improving it on regular basis.