Right-to-Left, or Left-to-Right?

@gnufcl@fosstodon.org Sunday, 20th February 2022

In localization, RTL (Right-to-Left) refers to languages that read from right to left, such as Arabic and Hebrew.
As someone who grew up in a bilingual environment, i.e. Arabic and French, making the difference between languages with opposite script directions is the most natural thing in the world. That being said, I recently had an amusing incident that I would like to relate here.

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