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  • Raphael Freeman


Updated: Nov 12, 2020

So there was a recent post on InDesign Secrets on how to find Ḥanuka in a document since it is spelt in so many different ways.

One of the challenges of typesetting multilingual texts is that often special characters such as the Ḥ in the title above can be used. Not only is the ḥ common, but also ẓ, ṣ, ṭ, ḍ and even ḳ!

The below video demonstrates how to create a custom ḥ in the correct font using the IndyFont Pro script.


If you have a manuscript that has special typographic characters such as the ḥ, then contact us for a no-obligation discussion by clicking here.

Looking forward to your comments below!

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