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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] localization of ui in traditional mongolian

I think the problem is something entirely different. Traditional Mongolian requires a top-to bottom layout of the UI (a bit like classical Chinese which was top-to-bottom and right-to-left) and the UI is not equipped to do that. In effect, you'd have to have the toolbar at the left hand edge of the screen with the menus coming out to the right, a bit like this

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See http://www.babelstone.co.uk/Test/Mongolian.html for some samples.

There are several bugs filed regarding traditional Mongolian script

in particular this one seems relevant
but it doesn't seem to show much progress


Sgrìobh Sophie na leanas 27/10/2016 aig 15:59:
Le 27/10/2016 à 09:43, baigali a écrit :
>I'm now working on libreoffice user interface localization in
>traditional Mongolian, and I followed this wiki
built libreoffice with traditional Mongolian resource ,but on windows10
,traditional Mongolian translation of ui is empty ,on windows7 is
tofo.Can someone tell me where is the problem?

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