I just made a font that also supports Arabian symbols.
As most people know, they read from right-to-left, not left-to-right.
The NetBeans-IDE for example supports this, but my fnt. renderer (jMonkeyEngine) doesn'nt do it somehow.
Even when I ead the unicode marks (0x200F, 0x200E), there doesn't seem to change anything.
The two unicode symbols are in the font (id=8207, id=8206) descriptor file.
Since I have no other possibility to test .fnt files, I just wanted to ask, if someone could test my font with right-to-left Arabian language.
I want to confirm, that this occurs on other render engines too.
I plan to modify the engine I use, to support right-to-left / left-to-right switching, when I have time.
Another workaround is, to invert the char array counting order in the string before sending it to the renderer.
As before, the workaround seems to be the better solution.