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Wed Sep 14 07:59:43 CDT 2005
OH ;( , So what is the solution ?
Can I download the whole doc and translate them ?
Any experiences with `rtl' langs ?
On 9/14/05, Matthew East <mdke at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-09-14 at 11:11 +0430, Mehdi H. wrote:
> > Dear Matt,
> > Yes, I found and started that and hope I can finish that soon...
> > But the only problem I have now is `rtl' direction, I had the same
> > problem with translating `http://shots.osdir.com'
> > There are 2 ways to correct this problem for `rtl' languages:
> > 1. set the whole page as `rtl' ( like what I've done for
> > "http://ir.ubuntuguide.org"
> > 2. set the `rtl' direction tag (<p dir="rtl">) for every line, This is
> > a hard way
> > I think you had the same experience with the Arabic or Herbew Lang.
> > also
> > Im setting the `rtl' tag for each line Im translating, hope It's ok
> > when you are using them...
> One thing I just thought of: you are aware that the documents are not
> from html, but are written in docbook xml, right? I don't know whether
> such a <p dir="rtl"> solution works with that.
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Yours Sincerely, Mehdi Hassanpour
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