Re: [gtk-list] Re: GTK/GNOME internationalization

I know that, but as in left-to-right the scroll bar is on the right, so in
the right-to-left controls is the scroll bar on the left? That's what I'm
getting at.

>Right-to-left means that the text is read from right to left, rather than
>left to right like in English and German. There is another mailing list
>devoted entirely to GTK's internationalization. I believe it's
>, but look at the website to be sure.
>On Wed, 30 Dec 1998, Tarek Chammah wrote:
>>  Hello,
>>  I've read on the Red Hat Labs page that people are working on i18n for
>> GTK specificaly on right-to-left support for languages like Arabic.
>> Is this going to be included in GTK 1.2 and how far is i18n support in
>> GTK now when compared to Qt 1.4 ? Can you give me the address of pages
>> on the net about i18n support for GTK/GNOME ? What does right-to-left
>> support mean exactly?  Does it mean that in the combo box, the down
>> arrow is on the left instead of the right? And does this apply to
>> every widget having a mirror twin (left/right)  Like a memo/text box
>> with the scroll bar on the left (instead of on the right)?
>>  Thank You

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