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Urdu language pack updated one

#1
hi friends,
I have seen here on,y one urdu Language pack, which is not updated I guess, I wonder if someone has the fully update urdu language pack which works with the latest version of xenforo, I would appreciate your help.

Many thanks in advance,
Cheers
 

ibnesayeed

Well-known member
#3
As far as I know, most of the Urdu forums are using our translation used in Urdu Mehfil. So far, we have been providing translation files on demand, but never really released here in resources. Part of the reason of not publishing it is the progressive nature of the translations, we improve it as we move forward in time. We have never done a complete translation, but translated only phrases that would be seen on the public-facing site. Additionally, due to the lack of support for filtering such phrases, we do it as we encounter more and more such untranslated phrases.

As far as XF2 is concerned, we have not started translating it yet.
 

tafreehm

Well-known member
#4
As far as I know, most of the Urdu forums are using our translation used in Urdu Mehfil. So far, we have been providing translation files on demand, but never really released here in resources. Part of the reason of not publishing it is the progressive nature of the translations, we improve it as we move forward in time. We have never done a complete translation, but translated only phrases that would be seen on the public-facing site. Additionally, due to the lack of support for filtering such phrases, we do it as we encounter more and more such untranslated phrases.

As far as XF2 is concerned, we have not started translating it yet.
How did you install Jameel Noori font?
 

ibnesayeed

Well-known member
#5
How did you install Jameel Noori font?
We don't install it or serve it as a web-font, because it would be too heavy. We just update the style properties to use it as preferred font along with other fallback fonts. If the user has Jameel Noori Nastaleeq installed, they would expreience in Nastaleeq, otherwise some Naskh font would be utilized instead.
 

tafreehm

Well-known member
#6
We don't install it or serve it as a web-font, because it would be too heavy. We just update the style properties to use it as preferred font along with other fallback fonts. If the user has Jameel Noori Nastaleeq installed, they would expreience in Nastaleeq, otherwise some Naskh font would be utilized instead.
ah ok. Yea, I was hoping to have it served as a web-font. Now, I remember what happened when I last tried it :D
Serving 11mb font file to users from Pakistan in 2009 was not very pleasant.
 

ibnesayeed

Well-known member
#7
ah ok. Yea, I was hoping to have it served as a web-font. Now, I remember what happened when I last tried it :D
Serving 11mb font file to users from Pakistan in 2009 was not very pleasant.
If you are really keen to serve Nastaleeq typeface as web-font then you have a few options. You can either use Mehr Nastaliq Web or Noto Nastaleeq Urdu. Note that none of these fonts are free from issues, they are still in beta stage. You may want to check for other Urdu font options at UrduWeb Font Server under Nastaleeq category.