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Yves Peters’ November 18 post on the Adobe Fonts blog, Create with hundreds of new fonts this holiday season, contains a graphic showcasing the Forma DJR font that includes a line written in Hebrew.
In the graphic, the phrase אני אוהב טיפוגרפיה (I love typography) is written backwards – from left to right – and is effectively gibberish because Hebrew is a RTL language.
I assume the designer didn't use the World-Ready Composer setting in InDesign 🙂
Hi @DanSafBAS, thanks for writing to us. I have escalated this to our Adobe fonts team who will look into this and get back to you on this.