Yes, version 0.816 will includes almost all the Arabic glyphs.
براجماتابرو هو صممه فابريزيو شيافي منذ 2009، وهو ما زال قيد التطوير. والهدف تغطية جميع اللغات الممكنة في خط أحادي المسافة مختصرة مفيدة للمبرمجين والرياضيات، فونولينجويستس، وهلم جرا… في عام 2014 الهدف لتغطية المجموعة العربية. دعونا نحاول! هل تحب اللغة العربية براجماتابرو؟ اسمحوا لي أن أعرف إذا كنت تجد شيئا سيئاً في هذا http://www.fsd.it/fonts/pragmatapro.htm Thank you very much!
The Ubuntu Monospace font has finally been released to the public. (Note that the monospaced variant is not yet available in the font samples on Ubuntu’s site, but it’s there in the downloadable ZIP archive.)
It’s quite pretty, I must admit… and it’s utterly wonderful for writing code. I’ve been beta testing it for the past several months and helping develop patches to fix some of the bugs in it— and in the process, it’s become my default font in all the various development environments I use. If you’re a programmer— or a writer who tends to spend a lot of time writing manuscripts in Courier, for that matter— do try it out.
Cubiculum is a clean revival of a kind of font that was widely available for different electronic typewriters in the 80s and early 90s. Typically, each manufacturer had their own slightly different design, and also their own name for this font: commonly known as Cubic, it was also marketed as Techno, Report, Block, and Quadro. Whatever the name, what they all had in common was their clean, crisp squareness, which managed to be at the same time technical and personal, strict and friendly, reminiscent as much of the 60s as of the future