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[review feedback] What you need to know about the bidi algorithm and inline markup

From: Tomer Mahlin <TOMERM@il.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 06:54:31 +0200
To: <www-international@w3.org>
Cc: "Richard Ishida" <ishida@w3.org>
Message-ID: <OFBD35F051.38E7C3E8-ONC2257B25.001ABCA5-42257B25.001B2D0E@il.ibm.com>
These are consolidated comments from IBM Bidi Globalization Center of 
Competency on the document stored at:  

Section The Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm

> It is important to understand, first, that the order of characters in 
memory (logical) is not the same as the order in which they are displayed 
This is true for logical ordering schema (which is de-facto standard on 
such systems as Windows, Linux). However, this is not true for visual 
ordering schema (which is de-facto standard on such systems as main frame, 
iSeries). I would suggest to add a footnote saying that:
1. This is true for logical ordering schema which is a standard one for 
such systems as Windows / Linux
2. Except for 
article the rest of content assumes logical ordering schema of data.

Best Regards,

Tomer Mahlin
GCoC Bidi architect
Bidi Development Lab

Phone: +972-2-6491784 | Mobile: +972-54-3368122 E-mail: tomerm@il.ibm.com

IBM R&D Labs
Malcha Technology Park
Jerusalem 96951

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