Firefox he-il locale should include Hebrew theme

Bug #19163 reported by Tomer Cohen on 2005-07-23
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
mozilla-firefox-locale-all (Ubuntu)
Martin Pitt

Bug Description

Since Hebrew is Right-To-Left language, the Hebrew locale of Firefox has its
interface mirrored ("File" at the upper right of the window). As workaround
until there is bidirectional themes, there is RTL theme, which has mirrored
images to make it appear right.

The binary Hebrew version of Firefox availble from has the required
theme, and Fedora Core already has it in the default install.

See also: - [][Bug 221824]
themes should be RTL compatible

Tomer Cohen (tomer-gmx) wrote :

Created an attachment (id=3062)
Firefox with he-il locale and Hebrew theme, as seen in Fedora Core

Tomer Cohen (tomer-gmx) wrote :

Created an attachment (id=3063)
Firefox with he-il locale without Hebrew theme, as seen in Ubuntu

Firefox 1.5 ("Deer Park") will possible include the patch of RTL themes, but it
is not the case for 1.0.x.

David Farning (dfarning) wrote :

Tested under breezy
firefox 1.0.7-0ubuntu20

Have you looked at I see a reference to firefox 1.0.7
but don't know any Hebrew so I can't read the page. And does not do Hebrew to English.


Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote :

Firefox 1.5 in Dapper includes the RTL theme already, and the Hebrew locale
package should do the right thing now. Please test and cry out loudly if it
doesn't work for you.

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