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[Bug 10807] i18n comment 1 : new attribute: ubi

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--- Comment #4 from Aharon Lanin <aharon.lists.lanin@gmail.com> 2010-10-06 21:43:19 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #2)
> I don't understand what problem this solves.
> Can you give an example of a page that does not use CSS where it would be
> necessary to use this feature to solve a problem?

Several use cases are given and discussed in
Please do go through that, there is a lot of important stuff there.
Nevertheless, let me quote one use case here (uppercase English is used to
stand in for RTL script):

<span dir="rtl">PURPLE PIZZA</span> - <a href="ppreviews.html">3 reviews</a>

The intent is to have it appear as

AZZIP ELPRUP - 3 reviews

Believe it or not, it is currently (correctly!) displayed as:

3 - AZZIP ELPRUP reviews
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With ubi, the fix would be to say <span dir="rtl" ubi>PURPLE PIZZA</span>.

I have attached an html file demonstrating this.

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