Non latin fonts who fit this new family?

Windows operating system.

For the Serif, I currently have:

  1. Cyrillic: Georgia,
  2. Greek: Georgia,
  3. Arabic: Simplified Arabic
  4. Hebrew: Frank Ruehl
  5. Chinese: MS Song, MS Minchō, SimHei
  6. Japanese: MS Minchō

For the Sanserif, I currently have:

  1. Cyrillic: Arial,
  2. Greek: Arial,
  3. Arabic: Arial, Arabic Transparent
  4. Hebrew: Arial, David
  5. Chinese: MS Hei, Arial Unicode MS
  6. Japanese: MS Gothic, Arial Unicode MS

MacOs operating system.

For the Serif, I currently have:

  1. Cyrillic: Times,
  2. Greek: Times,
  3. Arabic: Baghdad, DecoType Naskh
  4. Hebrew: New Peninim
  5. Chinese: Apple LiSung
  6. Japanese: Hiragino Minchō Pro

For the Sanserif, I currently have:

  1. Cyrillic: Helvetica CY, Lucida Grande
  2. Greek: Helvetica, Lucida Grande
  3. Arabic: Lucida Grande, KufiStandard (Bold only)
  4. Hebrew: Arial Hebrew, Lucida Grande
  5. Chinese: Apple LiGothic
  6. Japanese: Hiragino Kaku Gothic Pro

From major international vendors.

For the Serif, I currently have:

  1. Cyrillic: Gentium (3)
  2. Greek: Gentium (3)
  3. Arabic: Yakout (4)
  4. Hebrew: ––
  5. Chinese: MSung Std (2)
  6. Japanese: Kozuka Mincho Pro(2)

For the Sanserif, I currently have:

  1. Cyrillic: Helvetica World (4), News Gothic
  2. Greek: Helvetica World (4)
  3. Arabic: Sakkal Shilia (5)
  4. Hebrew: Helvetica World (4)
  5. Chinese: ––
  6. Japanese: Kozuka Gothic Pro (2)

Notes: Others sources for alternatives fonts:
(1) ParaType.com: News Gothic, Meta Pro
(2) Adobe.com: Kozuka Minch Pro, Kozuka Gothic Pro,
(3) SIL http://www.sil.org/~gaultney/gentium/ : Gentium
(4) linotype.com: Yakout
(5) http://www.sakkal.com/type/shilia.html : Sakkal Shilia

Thanks in advance to share your skills that I don’t have!

Jean François Porchez, 13 November 2006

typographie, design, typofonderie,