RE: EnglishPersian electronic dictionaries

2004-03-07 Thread Linguasoft
Dear Behdad: You replied to me personally, so allow me to forward your message (below) to the list as your question was apparently directed to all list members. The interesting thing with www.babylon.com/... is that some of these Persian dictionaries carry a copyright message, while others,

RE: English-Persian dictionary on your site

2004-03-07 Thread Linguasoft
To cite any dictionary in another dictionary, [you] better resolve the copyright issue first. Good point, but these issues are interdependent, aren't they? Most dictionaries, as a matter of fact, are *collected citations* from (usually) a variety of sources, no matter if they name their sources

RE: EnglishPersian electronic dictionaries

2004-03-07 Thread Linguasoft
Sure. These are raw data that I received from Iran on a diskette, and converted into Unicode (plus some more editing work). As no copyright message was given alongside with the original data, there was no reason to assume that usage should infringe any third party's rights. The release of these

Re: Nested RTL Lists in Mozilla

2004-03-07 Thread Behnam Esfahbod
As I looked at CSS3 module: Lists (W3C Working Draft 7 November 2002) there will be an arabic-indic for changing the numeric system. ;) /Beee http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/WD-css3-lists-20021107/#list-style-type C Bobroff wrote: On Sat, 6 Mar 2004, Behnam Esfahbod wrote: In new mozilla release

Re: Conversion from Zarnegar to Unicode

2004-03-07 Thread azadnia
Dear Friends Please Search Farsification Project in google, then go to products, find IUC (ITRC Unicode Coinvertor, It may help you. Azadnia Do you have the zarnegar's on disc format? Is it published at all? --mas On Fri, 2004-02-06 at 02:23, Amin Mohadjer wrote: Has anyone tried

Re: Nested RTL Lists in Mozilla

2004-03-07 Thread Behnam Esfahbod
Oops! On CSS3, list-style-type value can be: arabic-indic: for ARABIC-INDIC DIGITs farsi, urdu: for EXTENDED ARABIC-INDIC DIGITs Regards, /Beee Behnam Esfahbod wrote: As I looked at CSS3 module: Lists (W3C Working Draft 7 November 2002) there will be an arabic-indic for changing the numeric