View Single Post
Old 06-07-2010, 11:32 AM   #5
mikelv
Developer of EPUBReader
mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.mikelv once ate a cherry pie in a record 7 seconds.
 
Posts: 259
Karma: 1922
Join Date: Oct 2009
Device: none
Quote:
Originally Posted by ericshliao View Post
For Traditional Chinese and Japanese, the text layout of each line is vertial. That is, the next glyph is beneth its precdence, not left to. Although horizontal layout is acceptable for these two languages, it's not the only solution.

It will be wonderful if EPUBReader can support such text layout in the future.

Hese is some demonstration of my ideas. It's using my personally patched FBReader.
Hi Eric, first of all sorry for my late answer. I've been in vacation and didn't have internet access .

As it seems to be possible using HTML and CSS, it should be possible to do this in EPUBReader. I'll put it on the change list.
mikelv is offline   Reply With Quote