From: James Kass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Nov 21 2007 - 11:23:00 CST
Peter Constable wrote,
> (And if anybody can point to evidence of naturally-evolving
> conventions, please do.)
Here's a web page that has no problem displaying classic Mongolian
script as right-to-left (even when embedded into Latin text):
The web page author introduces the page with a note that the Mongolian
script is being displayed RTL so as to be in harmony with the Arabic
RTL directionality is a natural for the classic Mongolian script.
Chinese is often written vertically. How does Chinese act when
it's embedded with Arabic?
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