Each typeface supports Latin scripts, covering western and central European languages. Both typefaces also have an Arabic component designed to provide the same combination options found in the Latin scripts.Mansa Arabic is a naskh typeface that shares the contrast model of its Latin counterpart. This typeface features a unique Arabic diwani style to partner the scotch roman italic.
Firnas sans Arabic is a low contrast naskh harmonised with its Latin partner. Both Latin and Arabic variants range in weights from regular to black. Included with Firnas sans is an Arabic Ruq’ah style. This distinctive model has a calligraphically authentic cascading structure and can perform the work of an italic or feature as a display style. Expansive sets of ligatures improve the efficiency of all four Arabic styles.