Re: PRI #185 has been modified

From: Mark Davis ☕ <>
Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2011 10:13:51 -0700

Could you post any suggests for improvements to the online tools to

The suggestion to show both directions at once is good (we could mark the
one that would be the "Auto" value).

(BTW, the tool isn't new; it's been around for a while.)


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On Sat, Sep 24, 2011 at 07:26, Philippe Verdy <> wrote:

> Suggestion for the CLDR online tools.
> I saw that a new online tool allows testing the UBA implementation on
> from the reference links found in this updated PRI.
> I note that there's a useful "ASCII hack" option available, but it
> would be convenient that this hack supports an escaping character like
> "\" to discard the hacked interpretation (notably for punctuations,
> like [] <> {} and |)
> Also, it would be also convenient to allow testing both the LTR and
> RTL contexts (base level 0 or 1) on the same output.
> In that case, the two tables of the result, "Source" and "Reordered"
> should be probaly indented with a left-margin of about 2em on the
> left.
> The header titles of these two tables should also avoid using a
> vertical separation with the table below it (the blue background would
> be contiguous to
> the blue background of the row headers below it). In fact they should
> proably not be h3 elements but just table captions, because they are
> contents related to the existting h3 section (whose heading shows the
> paragraph number)
> Below the h3 section for the paragraphe number, the small table
> showing the initial embedding level would remain unindented, with the
> two indented result tables below it.
> We could then fit in the same h3 section the second test with the
> other direction.
> Test combobox on the test form would then include not just "RTL" and
> "LTR", but also "Both", to exhibit on the same page the two
> reorderings.
> -- Philippe.
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