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The Case of The Jumping Dot



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Omar Bahareth When you enter the dot/full stop character when typing in English, it just works, and you don’t need to think about it dancing around your words and sentences. This isn’t the case in Arabic. Since the full stop character is technically considered a BiDi (bidirectional) character, weird stuff starts to happen. There’s no clear standard on how to render it correctly(as far as I know). Take a look at this GIF for example: The dot suddenly went to the

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