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Nvu 0.30 Released

Monday June 14th, 2004

The latest beta of Nvu, the Web publishing tool based on Mozilla Composer, has been released. Nvu 0.30, which is based on Mozilla 1.7 RC3, adds support for the file:/// protocol, a spellchecker and a tip-of-the-day box as well as a host of other improvements and bug fixes. The new release can be downloaded for Linspire (formerly LindowsOS), other Linux distributions and Windows.


#8 block vs. inline directionality

by xslf

Thursday June 17th, 2004 2:23 AM

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If you look at other applications that have directionality control, you'll see that the most basic (and the most used) control is the block level one, not inline.

It makes sense when you think about it: most times you will want to set the general direction of the paragraph or page, not of indevidual words (which are many times covered by inserting a lrm or rlm to the proper place).

Haveing the default inline and not block is rather counter-intuative, and can be very confusing for users who are used that the directionality control is for a block from other applications.