Quoting Behdad Esfahbod <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> - First, gives you our beloved standard Persian keyboard. So you
> can type standard Persian on any computer running IE, Mozilla, or
> Firefox.
> - Shows the layout for your convenience.
> - Makes it easy to convert back and forward between UTF-8 and
> HTML entities that is a common operation when dealing with web
> pages.

In case you need ideas for future enhancements, please consider putting
an apostrophe checker which will search out unescaped apostrophes in the content
and add the extra slash before them however leave the apostrophes that are part
of the js code alone. This apostrophe problem is already a 
big enough headache in javascript but in Persian where we transliterate hamze
with apostrophe it is that much worse.  Note, I am shamelessly suggesting the
enhancement without even first having tried out your new editor :)

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