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Re: problem with rtl view of strings with english characters

From: Mohsen Sajjadi <mohsensajjadi_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2008 05:58:11 -0700 (PDT)


> | Why is the text being split into sub-strings? Are the Ctrl-F5 and F5
> | marked as non-translatable?
> No, they are not marked untranslatable. I know that there are some
> special invisible Unicode characters which reverse the printing
> direction inside a string, so you can insert a LTR string in a RTL
> string. If you cursor through the above Persian translation in poedit,
> your cursor will jump and change direction at those invisible chars. I
> don't know how they are inserted though. My guess is that Mohsen has to
> shift the sub strings around so that they show up correctly in poedit.
> Then they will probably be displayed correctly by TortoiseSVN too.
shifting is exactly what i am currently trying, but it's an roundabout

while we are on this subject what are your thoughts on mirroring for
rtl languages, is it supported by tortoise or not?
if not will it be, i beleive mirroring is one way to tackle this
problem with rtl languages.


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