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I am using xepersian and XB Niloofar font to produce Farsi documents. When enabling [Kashida] option, although XB Niloofar has the kashida (U+0640) glyph, I get a fuzzy output. Any solution?

\documentclass[12pt]{article}
\usepackage[Kashida]{xepersian}
\settextfont[Scale=1]{XB Niloofar}
\setdigitfont[Scale=1]{XB Niloofar}
\setlatintextfont[Scale=0.9]{Junicode}

\begin{document}
سلام، من هر روز به مدرسه می‌روم. 
بایستی به قدری بنویسم که تراز کردن 
اتفاق بیفتد و از کشیده استفاده شود. 
این کشــــــــیــــــــــده است؟
\end{document}
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XePersian seems to be inserting a horizontal rule not the kashida glyph regardless of the presence or absence of kashida in the font used (that what I see from the code).

Rules are rendered slightly differently from actual glyphs, which results in the fuzziness you see.

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  • This option works fine with "Adobe Arabic" or "Scheherazade" fonts. Check here. Dec 14, 2011 at 11:52
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    I'd say the documentation is wrong, or I didn't understand it, since I tested with several fonts including Adobe Arabic and Scheherazade, and a rule is always used. With Adobe Arabic it is even more broken as there are wide gaps around the inserted rule. Dec 14, 2011 at 12:24
  • @MohammadHedayati Link is broken. (Time does that to everything.)
    – Cicada
    Mar 14, 2020 at 0:09

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