3
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4answers
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Switch twocolumn between right-to-left and left-to-right with the package multiind in polyglossia

Writing a book in arabic, I want to obtain a dictionnary of used words in my document between arabic and english, and want that the entries of the dictionnary will be in two different orders, in ...
6
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2answers
138 views

Polyglossia + right-to-left language + doublespacing with setspace affects footnote spacing

I have some Arabic text, so I use polyglossia and \setotherlanguage{arabic}. This however causes line spacing within footnotes to change, which looks odd, especially because the distance between ...
12
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1answer
611 views

A tool for creating a dictionary with right-to-left script

I'm trying to typeset a dictionnary, using Arabic script. I would like to create a list of words in three columns, with Arabic word in right column aligned to the right, its Polish translation aligned ...
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1answer
142 views

Invalid right aligned chapter and section titles

I'm trying to write a bidirectional (English/Hebrew) document in xelatex and polyglossia. For some reason, when I enable Hebrew as a secondary language, all the chapter and section titles become ...
2
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0answers
127 views

Problem with persian-bib package [closed]

I have a document where the main language should be English with only some Arabic text. In my references I have English as well as Arabic references. The main direction of the document should be from ...
1
vote
1answer
262 views

RTL theorems with ntheorem and xetex have separator in wrong place

(This is a split-off from another RTL ntheorem issue.) When you have a theorem in RTL language text (e.g. Hebrew), using XeTeX+polyglossia(+bidi)+ntheorem, the theorem separator comes out before, ...
7
votes
1answer
601 views

Placing \section, \subsection in the right margin of an RTL document

Rather than the default placing of \section and \subsection on their own line, I'd like to place them on the right margin (in a Right To Left document). My current usage looks like this: ...
1
vote
1answer
232 views

\theoremindent adds space to left side when used with RTL languages

Trying to use ntheorem's \theoremindent seems to indent the left side rather than the right side when used with polyglossia and right-to-left languages: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{ntheorem} ...
2
votes
1answer
437 views

RTL captions with newfloat?

Is it that the float package begins to show its age? I cannot get it to work right with XeLaTeX. Here is an example: \documentclass{article} % compile with xelatex \usepackage{float} ...