Good idea, i hope someone will do that ;) (and also will deploy and HE lang)

On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 8:39 PM, PyroPeter <abi1...@googlemail.com> wrote:

>  On 08/08/2010 07:08 PM, Netanel Shine wrote:
>
>> 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?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
> It seems like it would be a good idea to add direction:rtl; to the CSS.
> This makes text right-aligned and cuts off text at the right side.
>
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