For review: RTL rendering of LTR scripts
The article RTL rendering of LTR scripts is out for wide review. We are looking for comments by Thursday 7 July.
The article suggests ways to produce runs of right-to-left text using HTML & CSS for languages that are nowadays normally written left-to-right. The use cases for this are rare, and mostly relate to academic descriptions of text in orthographies such as Chinese, Japanese, Egyptian hieroglyphs, Tifinagh, Old Norse runes, and a good number of other now-archaic scripts.
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