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Can I use Cyrillic, Arabic, Hebrew, Hindi, Farsi, Asian or other foreign (non-Latin) fonts in Final Draft?

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Can I use Cyrillic, Arabic, Hebrew, Hindi, Farsi, Asian or other foreign (non-Latin) fonts in Final Draft?

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Final Draft 11 supports the following languages, although additional languages may work as well:

Catalan

Chinese

Czech

Danish

Dutch

English

French

German

Hindi

Italian

Norwegian

Bokmål

Polish

Portuguese

Spanish

Swedish

Swiss

German

Turkish

Afrikaans

Albanian

Asu

Basque

Bemba

Bena

Bodo

Bulgarian

Cantonese

Chiga

Colognian

Cornish

Embu

Esperanto

Estonian

Faroese

Filipino

Finnish

Friulian

Galician

Gusii

Hungarian

Icelandic

Indonesian

Irish

Japanese

Kabuverdianu

Kalenjin

Kamba

Kikuyu

Kinyarwanda

Konkani

Korean

Latvian

Lithuanian

Low

German

Lower

Sorbian

Luo

Luxembourgish

Luyia

Machame

Makhuwa-Meetto

Makonde

Malagasy

Malay

Maltese

Manx

Marathi

Meru

Morisyen

Nepali

North

Ndebele

Norwegian

Nynorsk

Nyankole

Oromo

Romansh

Rombo

Rundi

Russian

Rwa

Samburu

Sango

Sangu

Scottish

Gaelic

Sena

Shambala

Shona

Slovak

Slovenian

Soga

Somali

Swahili

Taita

Teso

Turkmen

Upper

Sorbian

Vietnamese

Vunjo

Walser

Zulu

Languages written from right to left are not supported, nor are languages written vertically.

Final Draft 10 and older do not support Unicode and foreign characters typed or pasted into a script may not be displayed correctly.


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Views: 25943 Created on: Dec 28, 2009
Date Updated: Sep 05, 2018
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