[Xerte] Re: FW: Xerte in Arabic?

Pat L (pgogy) xerte at pgogywebstuff.com
Tue Dec 10 10:20:12 GMT 2013

How did we get on with the Hebrew L to R - given it's the same deal really?

Is Arabised really a word?

On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 9:01 AM, Alistair McNaught <
Alistair.McNaught at heacademy.ac.uk> wrote:

> We had this come into our helpdesk following a query about Xerte working
> in Arabic. Right in believing that the Xerte Editor is still in Flash and
> Flash can't handle right to left languages?
> If I'm wrong then it looks like Julian has a very local contact interested
> in developing an Arabic Toolkits. Given the receptivity of the Middle East
> to embracing elearning and mlearning that would be a great coup if it's
> technically possible.
> Actually - maybe we should look to some wealthy Middle Eastern funding
> source to develop an html5 editor so that Toolkits can be Arabised?
> A
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dr Ahmed Meliebary [mailto:abu_hattan at hotmail.com]
> Sent: 09 December 2013 15:12
> To: Terry McAndrew
> Subject: Xertr
> Dear Terry
> Count me in please fir helping with Arabising Xerte.
> Regards,
> A
> Dr Ahmed Meliebary, BA, MA, PhD
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