2014-12-11 Find examples of text direction for Asian languages. #4

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We should have a look to:
"CCS 3 Writing modes": http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-writing-modes/
EPUB 3 support of languages: http://epubzone.org/news/epub-3-and-global-language-support
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We should have a look to:
"CCS 3 Writing modes": http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-writing-modes/
EPUB 3 support of languages: http://epubzone.org/news/epub-3-and-global-language-support
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Siang Hock sent these examples some time back. Since I didn't see them here I am uploading the file.
ALTO Editorial Board Text Direction Samples.docx

rajubln commented Jan 17, 2017

Siang Hock sent these examples some time back. Since I didn't see them here I am uploading the file.
ALTO Editorial Board Text Direction Samples.docx

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Assigning the task to myself

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Some languages like Urdu, Sindhi are written from right to left. The numerals are written from left to right. The glyphs associated with the character are context dependent. Glyph changes depending on the character occurring as 'Independent character', 'initial character of the word', 'with in the word' and as the 'final character of the word'
UrdutextSample.docx

rajubln commented Nov 29, 2017

Some languages like Urdu, Sindhi are written from right to left. The numerals are written from left to right. The glyphs associated with the character are context dependent. Glyph changes depending on the character occurring as 'Independent character', 'initial character of the word', 'with in the word' and as the 'final character of the word'
UrdutextSample.docx

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As discussed I'll try to find some relevant out-of-copyright examples from Google books before the meeting Thursday.

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acpopat commented Jan 17, 2018

As discussed I'll try to find some relevant out-of-copyright examples from Google books before the meeting Thursday.

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