ASP.NET Controls - Setup Right-To-Left

ASP.NET Team Blog
29 November 2010

Check out the ‘Setup Right-To-Left’ video for the DevExpress ASP.NET controls.

And it’s very easy to do, simply set the RightToLeft property to true and you’re done.

Watch the video to learn more:

ASP.NET Controls - Setup Right-To-Left

 

Drop me a line with your thoughts on the new Right-To-Left support of the DevExpress ASP.NET products. Thanks!

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2 comment(s)
Ramy Othman
Ramy Othman

well this is great feature thanks, actually a lot of middle Easterns was waiting for it long time ago is there any plans to do the same for desktop applications?

30 November, 2010
Julian Bucknall (DevExpress)
Julian Bucknall (DevExpress)

Ramy: Desktop applications written with our WPF controls support right-to-left languages.

Our WinForms controls do not, mainly because they were never designed to support RTL. Since we have a large number of controls, with a huge investment in the underlying source and common functionality, it's unlikely that we'll be adding that support any time soon. Despite our best intentions, it would be a nightmare of breaking changes and frankly neither we or our customers would want that.

See also this blog post from some 4 years ago:

community.devexpress.com/.../554.aspx

Cheers, Julian

30 November, 2010

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