Arabic, Hebrew, Urdu, and a few other languages read right to left. They
are actually called bi-directional, because quotes from an left-to-right
language will appear left to right, in the middle of the r-l script. Things
like periods and decimal points are difficult to deal with.

But Flash does have bi-di support. I think that all you need to do is have
the right font to display your bi-di text.


Kerry Thompson

On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 11:36 PM, Sumeet Kumar <> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am creating a multilingual as2 app and the data for this app will come
> from XML. I need to target almost 17 language(including Arabic and urdu). I
> have heard that Arabic and urdu are very difficult to implement in flash.
> Can anyone guide me in right direction to implement these languages.
> Any suggestions in this regard would be great
> Regards
> Sumeet Kumar
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