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Re: problem with rtl view of strings with english characters

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2008 17:36:04 +0200

Mohsen Sajjadi wrote:
> hi,
>> | 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
> solution,
> 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.

Sorry, but mirroring is not supported by TSVN (yet). And I can't
implement that myself since I don't know any languages myself that
require mirroring - I would have to implement this blind without knowing
whether what I do really is correct.
That means someone else would have to step up and provide patches for this.


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Received on 2008-06-10 17:36:39 CEST

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