Direction arrows.

James Richard Tyrer tyrerj at
Thu Jun 28 00:07:10 PDT 2007

Bastien Nocera wrote:
> On Sun, 2007-06-24 at 16:23 -0700, James Richard Tyrer wrote:
>> Diego Iastrubni wrote:
>>> (a little off topic)
>>> I have found that the icons used in Qt3 (amarok, kaffeine) look funky on RTL 
>>> (right to left) desktops. Has anyone started thinking about a fix for that 
>>> problem?
>>> For example, by definition the default play/next/prev icons should not reflect 
>>> the desktop direction, which means even on RTL desktops, the order should be 
>>> (always visually, from left to right)
>>> 	prev, play, pause stop, next
>> IIUC, on a media device, it should be the same as a physical device 
>> which isn't laterally reverted just because you have a RTL language 
>> script.  The buttons are based on the actual direction of tape (except 
>> for micro cassettes which go backwards).
> Actually, GTK+ has RTL versions of those icons because it is believed
> that speakers of non-RTL languages prefer that (and it was requested by
> such users for Totem and Rhythmbox).
Do you happen to know the names of them and if they come with the 
standard gnome icon package?


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