Modern Arabic script does not allow breaking words or hyphenation for line breaks and paragraph justification, words are always to be kept whole.
No word break, no hyphenation:
Just like old Arabic manuscripts, and without hyphenation, I would like the ability to automatically break words that have un-joined letters, just after the right joining letters (Alif, Dal, Dhal, Ra, Zay and Waw - أ - د - ذ - ر - ز - و). Example: موقف > مو / قف. Or anywhere in words that only have isolated letter forms, example: رزق, أزرق, ازدرى.
Broken words at line ends, no hyphenation:
I'm working on an experiment on Adobe Illustrator with a large text (few hundreds pages) that is supposed to use the old way of Arabic line breaks (breaking words after those 6 right joining letters). Doing so manually will take for ages, by manually breaking words and adjusting the line breaks on the layout line by line.
Ways of bypassing/changing the existing rules/settings on Windows (or illustrator) preventing Arabic words from breaking in order to > allow breaking words for line breaks, without hyphenation
Leads so far:
• At some point I found a lead that Uniscribe might be the service on Windows that controls line breaks? Not sure though.