The "squares" are because that font will not display in some (most?) Adobe products.
This happens quite often with multi-national fonts, and sometimes it's just a matter of finding something similar, from a foundry, that does a good job for Adobe programs. I had to sort through about four different Japanese fonts (very similar fonts, but from different foundries), to find one that Titler, and Photoshop liked.
Any common font would be useful, provided it's in arabic and can be used for subtitles.
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2013 15:21:17 -0800
Re: Arabic language for subtitles
created by Jim Simon in Premiere Pro CS5, CS5.5, & CS6 - View the full discussion
Which font? I'll try it here.
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