Re: Broken components orientation

Hi nshmyrev,
Please see inline comment below...

On Tue, 24 Feb 2004, Oleg Reebakov wrote:

> Hi nshmyrev, gnome-devel-list
> I have found out that not only the toolbar widget have a broken
> component orientation with Hebrew locale in GNOME applications
> (Evolution, GnuCash, Gedit).
> The orientation of the Calendar and Tab windows is also broken.
> The calendar should display the numbers from right-to-left if Hebrew
> locale is set. (In pure GTK+ application the calendar looks fine).
> The Tab Windows widget should also have right-to-left orientation.
> Can you help me please with the listed above issues.

What we really need is for someone to point us in the right direction, not
necessarily to solve the problem for us. If you could tell us where to
look it would be very helpful.

 - yba

> Best Regards
> Oleg Reebakov
> On Thu, 2004-02-19 at 19:51, nshmyrev wrote:
> > Try applying the following patch to libbonoboui (from CVS, or other versions will be suitable too), it solves your problem.
> >
> >  The problem is, as you can see, in toolbar implementition of bonobo-ui-toolbar, which is differ from gtk toolbar. Now this work is almost senseless, because of new ui manager in gtk. There is need to port libbonoboui code to new action-based user interface scheme. But I don't know, is this work in process. I also don't know is now time to apply this code to CVS of bonoboui, because of code freeze before release 2.6.
> >
> > Maybe, we should fill bug in bugzilla?

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