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Global directinality
Global directinality - source
Mixed RTL and LTR paragraphs
Mixed RTL and LTR paragraphs - source
Per pararagraph directionality
Per pararagraph directionality - source
nested RTL and LTR text
nested RTL and LTR text - source
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"Switch page direction" in Firefox context menu Here RTL is applied to the whole message so English parts look wrong (they would look even more wrong if not wrapped with <pre> One <div dir=rtl> wraps all This is a sample of mixed Hebrew paragraphs (RTL text, right justified by default) with mostly displayed math (LTR text, centered explicitly) The way the LTR text is formatted here is wrong. The paragraphs are RTL and the whole math text is LTRed with an inline span element. It should have been done at the block level. Here Hebrew is RTL and right justified. English is LTR and left justified. Hebrew is RTL and right justified. English is LTR and left justified. The only needed definition is dir=rtl attribute in the hebrew paragraph. This is an example of inline math formula (LTR) within a Hebrew (RTL) paragraph (and a rare RTL text subscript). The paragraph RTL directionality is applied on the block level. The inline RTL directionality is applied using a span element.
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