Right-to-left languages in translations

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Joined: 27.05.2008
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For right-to-left languages in translations, we have changed the orientation of lyrics and translations. What do you think about this innovation, did it become more convenient?

Moderator Liebe ist die beste Medizin
Joined: 09.09.2014

For me, it looks great and amazing now!

I've been reviewing all RTL language available on LT and these languages are working properly:

Citation :

1) Arabic Script:

  • Arabic
  • Arabic (Other Varieties)
  • Dari
  • Kurdish (Sorani)
  • Pashto
  • Persian
  • Urdu
  • Uyghur

2) Aramaic (Syriac) Script:

  • Aramaic (Modern Syriac Dialects)
  • Aramaic (Syriac Classical)

3) Hebrew Script:

  • Hebrew.
  • Ladino (Judeo-Spanish)
  • Yiddish

4) Thaana Script:

  • Maldivian (Dhivehi)

But I'll let our native speakers gives us feedback on them.


EDIT: List updated. (Added Arabic (Other Varieties), Pashto, Urdu and Uyghur [For Arabic script]; Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) and Yiddish [For Hebrew script].

EDIT 2: List updated. Added Dari [For Arabic script]. K̶̶u̶̶r̶̶d̶̶i̶̶s̶̶h̶̶ ̶̶(̶̶K̶̶u̶̶r̶̶m̶̶a̶̶n̶̶j̶̶i̶̶) returns to LTR.

Joined: 25.09.2015

With regards to Arabic, I can confirm, the orientation changes are a good improvement. But as noted by @Enjovher, the same changes need to be applied to Arabic (Other Varieties). Nicely done.

Super Member
Joined: 23.11.2015

Looks just perfect and much more convenient, thanks. Hebrew

Joined: 07.02.2016

It looks much better. Thank you!

Senior Member
Joined: 14.05.2018

Helps really nicely for Urdu. Easier to read in Urdu now. Shukriyah! Thanks!

Joined: 12.10.2010

Works great for most languages, but Kurmanji Kurdish is mainly written in a Latin-script alphabet (most Kurmanji speakers live in Turkey and use the Hawar alphabet), so it should be LTR.

Also, transliterations of RTL languages should appear in LTR orientation.

Moderator Liebe ist die beste Medizin
Joined: 09.09.2014

Another RTL language: Dari

It also need to be fixed.

Joined: 18.11.2011

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