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    Re: Add Arabic & Persian support to the terminal

    Quote Originally Posted by zero-n View Post
    Hi GNULinuxUser,

    i've faced this problem before but honestly i didn't try to solve it.

    i you find out a soultion share it with me
    I definitely will brief you with any new updates on the topic as soon as I thoroughly look into it when I get some time.
    Thank you so much for your reply.

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    Re: Add Arabic & Persian support to the terminal

    I am yet interested to know if you pursued using your command line with these new modifications?
    Because I find it not convenient at all for my use!

    Or did you simply uninstall the packages and it worked back again in its original setting ?

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    Re: Add Arabic & Persian support to the terminal

    no i have done Ubuntu 10.10 fresh installation on that computer to try the new Ubuntu release.

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    Exclamation Re: Add Arabic & Persian support to the terminal

    Thanks man!

    (but if I type CTRL-ALT-T in gnome-> letters are separated, or CTRL-ALT-F1 and login it does not work --> squares appears!)

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    Re: Add Arabic & Persian support to the terminal

    Thank you for your wonderful work!

    I found a minor problem with a java application using jline as an input console. When you press a backspace (independently from which keyboard you are using, Arabic or otherwise) a division by zero error occurs:

    Exception in thread "main" java.lang.ArithmeticException: / by zero
    at jline.ConsoleReader.backspace(ConsoleReader.java:1 414)
    at jline.ConsoleReader.backspace(ConsoleReader.java:1 436)
    at jline.ConsoleReader.readLine(ConsoleReader.java:62 8)
    at jline.ConsoleReader.readLine(ConsoleReader.java:45 7)termi
    at opennlp.ccg.util.JLineReader.readLine(JLineReader. java:80)
    at opennlp.ccg.TextCCG.main(TextCCG.java:174)

    In normal terminal usages, this does not happen. Nor it happen with jline if you comment out the two lines added in the terminal configuration file in order to enable bicon support.

    Thank you,

    Giuliano

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    Re: Add Arabic & Persian support to the terminal

    Salutation Akhy , Nice work and i salute you.

    # but i must conform this did not work for me.

    I use irssi on a screen session in gnome-termianl , the characters is set to UTF-8 i have tried severel fonst incloding GNU Unifont , makes no differance , still the Arabic letters are shown as left-aligned . left-to-right

    # https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...te/+bug/263822

    Salutation .
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    Re: Add Arabic & Persian support to the terminal

    Quote Originally Posted by Sary.sa View Post
    Salutation Akhy , Nice work and i salute you.

    # but i must conform this did not work for me.

    I use irssi on a screen session in gnome-termianl , the characters is set to UTF-8 i have tried severel fonst incloding GNU Unifont , makes no differance , still the Arabic letters are shown as left-aligned . left-to-right

    # https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...te/+bug/263822

    Salutation .
    Works fine in Kconsole .
    Linux User #556069 IRC'ing in chat.freenode.net




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