06 Jul Journaline application in DRM with Arabic Language Fonts – Your Questions Answered
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6TH JULY 2020
Is there any problem if we use the Journaline application in DRM with Arabic language fonts [Lotfi Chelali]
Correct. Journaline, just like DRM service labels and text messages, is based on Unicode and thus has unrestricted supports for transmitting any font and script – including RTL scripts like Arabic. In addition, DRM has developed a simplified bi-directional algorithm, which was back-ported to DAB+ as well. Then it comes down to the receiver device to have proper support for the scripts required for a certain region.