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Template: Emerald RTL

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Template: Emerald RTL
September 29, 2009 10:36PM
Attached is my first template for Phorum. It is based on the default Emerald template, but intended for use with RTL languages (Hebrew, Arabic, Farsi).

The template was tested with version 5.2.10

Hebrew translation can be found in this thread (download the file hebrew-5.2.10.php):


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Re: Template: Emerald RTL
September 30, 2009 03:46AM
Wow, what a great idea and it looks well executed. I'm sure this will make many people happy, though I must admit it spins my head around just a bit :)


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Thanks
September 30, 2009 05:37AM
Threaded forums are quite popular in Israel. As far as I know, Phorum is the only free forum software that has built-in threaded view support and (now) Hebrew and RTL support.

Hopefully, Arabic and Farsi translation will follow as well.

About the head spin, as long as you use just the RTL you're fine, but I admit that it happens to me as well when switching back and forth from RTL and LTR versions. And it doesn't help if you understand the language...
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