Autogenerated lam-alef ligatures are broken in Glyphs 3

I get the following code for rlig ligature:

lookup rlig_arabic_0 {
	lookupflag IgnoreMarks;
	sub lam-ar.init alef-ar.fina by lam_alef-ar;
	sub lam-ar.medi alef-ar.fina by lam_alef-ar.fina;
	sub lam_alef-ar hamzaabove-ar by lam_alefHamzaabove-ar;
	sub lam_alef-ar.fina hamzaabove-ar by lam_alefHamzaabove-ar.fina;
	sub lam_alef-ar hamzabelow-ar by lam_alefHamzabelow-ar;
	sub lam_alef-ar.fina hamzabelow-ar by lam_alefHamzabelow-ar.fina;
	sub lam_alef-ar madda-ar by lam_alefMadda-ar;
	sub lam_alef-ar.fina madda-ar by lam_alefMadda-ar.fina;
	sub lam_alef-ar wasla-ar by lam_alefWasla-ar;
	sub lam_alef-ar.fina wasla-ar by lam_alefWasla-ar.fina;
} rlig_arabic_0;

script arab;
lookup rlig_arabic_0;

But only the first two entries are correct, the rest ligate lam_alef-ar with a mark instead of ligating lam-ar with alef_*-ar glyphs. The third line for example should have been:

sub lam-ar.init alefHamzaabove-ar.fina by lam_alefHamzaabove-ar;

This happens in any font, even new from scratch font with just placeholder glyphs.

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Salam, I’m happy to see you here. lol
I, too, run into the same problem yesterday, and had to enter the glyph manually to get it to work.

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I’ll fix that.

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