What font are you using? Maybe that font doesn't have the glyphs for the Turkish language.
Yes you are right! I was altering a broshure design from english to turkish main idea is to keep them similar except for language. Uni Sans Light does not support ş,ğ and İ (capital i with dot top of it)
thanks for suggestion, i have changed it to something else but i think it should be added.
.. i have changed it to something else but i think it should be added.
Best thing to do about that is contact the font publisher -- FontFabric.
In the mean time: ... you can 'add' them yourself Using IndyFont, you can design the additional characters and put them in a separate font; then, using FontMixer, you can make a single 'virtual' font out of the original plus your new characters.
(Disclaimer: IndyFont is a commercial product which I wrote; the demo only allows creating a single character font. FontMixer is a free companion tool by Marc Autret.)
Hmm useful info thanks for support