From: Dom Lachowicz (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 30 2003 - 09:40:12 EDT
> > > OK, from your and other folk's comments on the
> > > styles, the preference
> > > "default to RTL" needs to stay.
> > I don't think so. I think that the control just
> > to be placed somewhere more intuitive.
> Well, no. There have to be two controls; one
> somewhere more intutive
> for modifying the document property of current
> document, and the
> preferences which is an application wide control
> setting application
> wide default.
I dunno about this one. It seems to me that it's
entirely logical (if not preferable) for this to be
the general use case:
1) Editing a new document, your RTL pref is the same
as the one in normal.awt
2) Editing an existing document, your RTL pref is the
same as the document you're editing
In this logic, it doesn't make sense to have a RTL
pref because you can change either the document's RTL
preference, or at most you want to add new RTL content
via changing the paragraph/span properties.
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