Re: Combining diacritical marks display as separate character
- On 12/03/09 11:56, Ron Aaron wrote:
> On Mar 12, 11:53 am, Tony Mechelynck<antoine.mechely...@...>What I use to produce real nice true-bidi output is my browser --
>> I don't have any problems with recent gvim versions (currently 7.2.141
>> but it already worked last week) and GTK2 2.14.4-8.6.2 on openSUSE 11.1.
> I use it on Windows and Linux, and it works well on both.
>> It can do Hebrew or Arabic but not with true bidi: what Vim does is give
>> you the option of displaying any window in either all RTL or all LTR.
>> You can even have the same file in split-windows, one of them LTR (with
>> English OK but Arabic or Hebrew wrong) and the other RTL (with Hebrew
>> and/or Arabic OK, including Arabic joining forms if 'arabicshape' is on
>> which is the default, but English wrong).
> That is, in fact, what I regularly do. I open a bilingual (English
> and Hebrew) file, split the window, and have one be LTR and the other
> RTL. Then I use XeLaTex to produce really nice output :)
SeaMonkey 2.0b1pre, but Firefox 3 (3.0 or 3.1 I'm not sure) uses
identically the same rendering engine, and any "good" browser ought to
do well, which is not to say all of them indeed do, for the kind of
files which I use, namely HTML and plain text.
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