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komarto

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Hi,

I am doing some KMS testing for my company and we are having some
Difficulty in creating a Hebrew friendly skin.

I have copied the executive skin which we wanna use for the Hebrew
Testing.

I have created the language files and we see the webmail interface in Hebrew.

My only problem is that i cannot figure out how to set the text alignment in the webmail interface to RTL (right-to-left).

I have changed the main.css file from the skin folder and the main.css from the root folder, which i assume are merged in order to create the entire skin (?).

But everything i change in those css does not seem to be affecting anything...?! i tried changing and then restarting the server, and nothing...

1) Can you please explain the the required steps in order to change the css files?

2) is there a css wiki so i can know what is the function of each tag in the css?

Thanks
Komar

[Updated on: Wed, 02 July 2008 06:14]

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komarto

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Hi,
Hope my questions are not to complicated for the KMS team Confused

All i want to do is make my skin RTL (Right To Left).

If this is the support for potential customers, i dont want to know how you are treating real customers.

Komar.
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