Michael Everson wrote:

> At 15:46 +0200 2004-05-12, Marco Cimarosti wrote:
>>And do any other desktop publishing packages support Unicode and OpenType on
>>Mac? What do you use?
> I use fake fonts in Quark XPress. I have experimented with InDesign
> 2, but it doesn't allow Unicode inputting.

I believe InDesign CS is improved in this regard, i.e. you can use system keyboards to
input Unicode text (this has worked in Windows InDesign for a long time).

If you want to do bidi stuff and mark positioning, you need the Middle East version of
InDesign. All versions support OpenType on both Windows and Mac.

John Hudson


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