> Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2005 21:31:55 +0430
> From: Ehsan Akhgari <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: Number display in Firefox
> To: Persian Computing <persiancomputing@lists.sharif.edu>
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> Hi all,
> I just found something cool in Firefox which I had not come across
> before, and thought some of you guys might not know it as well.  As far
> as I can tell this is related to Gecko, so it must affect all Mozilla
> based applications, though I have not tested it anywhere except Firefox
> 1.0.
> The default rendering behavior for numbers appearing inside Persian text
> in Mozilla is to show them as Latin digits (1 2 3 ...), though in IE it
> depends on the context (whether the direction of the containing text is
> rtl or ltr.)  To make Firefox respect the direction of the text in this
> regard, you can add the following line to your user.js file:
> user_pref("bidi.numeral", 1);
> which sets the number rendering mode to "context."  This enables ASCII
> digits entered inside Persian text to be rendered as Persian numbers (۱
> ۲ ۳ ...)  Of course this does not affect the behavior of rendering
> numbers explicitly entered using Unicode character codes.

You can do it more easily by entering about:config at location bar.

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