[Tshwanelex-l] Style formatting with Multilingual entries
dshasso at gmail.com
Mon Apr 16 21:12:59 EDT 2012
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From: Sargon Hasso [mailto:dshasso at gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2012 7:47 PM
To: 'Tshwanelex-l at mailman.yale.edu'
Subject: Style formatting with Multilingual entries
In my project, I have multilingual entries with English as a main source
language and Arabic, Kurdish, and Syriac as target languages. The latter are
all RTL scripts. I would like to see the entry when exported to rtf, appear
like the first instance of "absentee voting" vs. the exported instance just
below it. Basically, I want the RTL scripts to be right-aligned against the
left-aligned English lemma. I created the desired entry in WORD using a
table. In TLex (the second instance of"absentee voting" ) , each of the
three subentries are TE's for the English entry and they are defined in DTD
as RTL and in the style output as right aligned (in the Styles/Indent and
Spacing dialog box -Paragraph not checked). However, .[More after this image
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Two issues (related to the three RTL lines after "absentee voting" lemma
1) Tlex output and RTF output don't match (I am using office
2) Is there a way to align the first RTL entry with English entry just
like the table entry I created in the first screen shot above [since I made
the Arabic TE a paragraph, there is a line between English lemma entry and
Arabic TE? [I can live with it if it can't be done easily).
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