This could be due to one of the following:
- Mozilla has mis-detected the message encoding, so the extension is not aware that there are actually any RTL-script characters in the message.
- Your message contains both RTL and LTR text, and the detection algorithm simply works differently than your intuition for the message.
- The message is in HTML rather than plain text.
- You have set the
false, disabling automatic message direction detection.
We are hoping to eventually do so, but we are not yet able to, due to problems in keyboard input handling in Mozilla.
That's a very perceptive question... it is possible that code adoption will also happen with this extension at some point in the future. This issue is open for discussion on the IRC channel #bidi@moznet.
Enterkey? I want the default 'Body Text'-style behavior back...
You can revert to the default
Enter key behavior by setting the preference:
You can have a visual indication of paragraph ends by adding an appropriate rule to
This is actually the character ¶ (the escaping is for avoiding charset issues if your .css file isn't UTF-8 encoded).
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