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I18N support

Doug Lee
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Joined: Jul 31, 2012
Posts: 3

Hi,

before integrating my product with JForum, I'd like to find out whether it supports Hebrew language.

Hebrew is somewhat 'special' I18N case (like Arabic) due to the fact that it is an RTL (Right To Left) language.

I couldn't find any explicit statement about this matter and it is a go/no go for me...

your help is appreciated,

thanks,
Dog Lee.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
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It doesn't come with a property file for Hebrew, but that isn't bad to add yourself.

These property files are the ones provided out of the box. Two Chinese languages are present. Which doesn't help you, but does show non ASCII characters work.

As far as right to left, this poster provided a very short css entry to change the alignment. For Arabic. But as you noted, the alignment is the same.


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