> Hi John,
> I think we're saying the same thing: the language of the page is the base
> directionality. If the application is localized into Hebrew, then the base
> directionality is RTL.
Okay, good. In that case by "user locale" you mean "language of the (fixed
parts of the) page", which is confusing; David was interpreting it as
"locale set in the browser".
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