[Xerte] Re: FW: Xerte in Arabic?
Pat L (pgogy)
xerte at pgogywebstuff.com
Tue Dec 10 11:33:28 GMT 2013
It would be handy though to know if the "ideal" in L to R / R to L would be
to switch the form elements to the other side as well? Or can the text swap
but not the form element position?
On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 10:20 AM, Pat L (pgogy) <xerte at pgogywebstuff.com>wrote:
> 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?
>> -----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.
>> Dr Ahmed Meliebary, BA, MA, PhD
>> Faculty of Arts
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