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Re: Persian RTL problem

From: mehran khajavi
Subject: Re: Persian RTL problem
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2011 17:46:29 +0330

i forgot the screenshot

On 9/27/11, mehran khajavi <address@hidden> wrote:
> I searched a lot but couldn't find any terminal with this attribute
> I tested xterm but it doesn't work
> another problems:
> In some buffers for example ERC irc channels RTL doesn't work
> It aligned as Left , Is there any function to set buffer as RTL?
> or is there any option to set if most of the text is in Persian language
> set
> this line as RTL?
> 2.there is some bugs that I see in Emacs 24 pretest with RTL
> according to attachment , text that bordered with sign "1" should be in
> right of the buffer
> when I enter a blank line and enter the same line it will be aligned in the
> right way(signed as 4)
> after that I entered an English text without blank line (signed as 2),it
> aligned at right but it should be in left
> numbers of persian language will be aligned at left but it should aligned
> in
> right(signed as 3)
> On Sun, Sep 25, 2011 at 9:36 PM, Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> wrote:
>> > From: mehran khajavi <address@hidden>
>> > Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2011 21:07:56 +0330
>> > Cc: Kenichi Handa <address@hidden>, address@hidden
>> >
>> > wow great
>> > it solved
>> > but only  with gtk+ screen, not from emacs -nw option!
>> > any solution to get it work in terminal?!
>> To have Arabic shaping in "emacs -nw", you need a terminal that
>> supports Arabic shaping.  Emacs cannot shape by itself when it works
>> on a TTY, because TTYs support only single-character writes.
>> I have no idea which terminals support shaping, sorry.  If you find
>> out, please post the information here, so we could include it in the
>> relevant documentation.
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> -----
> Mehran Khajavi
> http://mehran.khajavi.ir

Mehran Khajavi

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