Not exactly.

you can see in the israeli archlinux communiuty :
http://archlinux.org.ilhow the page is RTL (not like the main site of
arch.)
for now you could deploy to translation (yep, meantime in LTR) but we should
all work for working RTL Support.

The israeli community is the first archlinux community which based on RTL
language.

2010/8/8 Ng Oon-Ee <ngoo...@gmail.com>

> On Sun, 2010-08-08 at 12:33 -0400, Loui Chang wrote:
> > On Sun 08 Aug 2010 06:21 +0300, Netanel Shine wrote:
> > > For the non-translate strings ill send you a patch, but we have another
> > > problem, its shows ok, but it should be RTL not LTR. can you do it some
> way
> > > that if use will choose hebrew the page will become to be RTL?
> >
> > I would appreciate your help with this. I'm not really sure what the
> > issues are.
> >
>
> Maybe I'll interject at this point. The issue with Hebrew (as with some
> other Arabic languages) is that the words are read right-to-left. I
> would assume the translations submitted by Netanel Shine need to be
> 'read' right-to-left as well.
>
> I'm not sure how the AUR does things (how the translation units are) but
> would a suitable 'hack' be for the translations themselves to be in
> reverse order? So for example the English A B C would be translated as
> the Hebrew c b a?
>
>


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Netanel Shine

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