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                      2: <!-- ***************** INFO/NEWS *************** -->
                      3: <div id="infoTabs" class="english-news">
                      4: 
                      5: <div class="infoTab" id="whats-new">
                      6: <h5 class="infoHeader">What's New</h5>
                      7: <ul>
1.2     ! eyalroz     8: <li><a href="http://bidiui.mozdev.org/mail/">BiDi Mail UI</a> 0.9.7 is <a href="/mail/installation.html">available!</a></li>
1.1       eyalroz     9: </ul>
                     10: </div>
                     11: 
                     12: <div class="infoTab" id="other-stuff">
                     13: <h5 class="infoHeader">Other Stuff</h5>
                     14: <ul>
                     15: <li><a href="http://wiki.mozilla.org.il">The Hebrew wiki for mozilla users</a></li>
                     16: </ul>
                     17: </div>
                     18: 
                     19: </div>
                     20: <!-- ***************** INFO/NEWS *************** -->
                     21: 
                     22: <!-- MAIN CONTENT -->
                     23: <div class="main-content english-content">
                     24: <p>
                     25: <a href="http://downloads.mozdev.org/bidiui/latest/bidimailui_suite.xpi" class="download-xpi">Latest Mozilla BiDi Mail UI</a>
                     26: <a href="http://downloads.mozdev.org/bidiui/latest/bidimailui_tbird.xpi" class="download-xpi">Latest Thunderbird BiDi Mail UI</a>
                     27: </p>
                     28: <p>Users of languages that are written from right to left, such as Arabic, Persian and Hebrew, require special support in many applications, including those provided by the Mozilla project: the web browser and the mail & newsgroups client. Not only is backend support required for manipulation and display of content in different directions - such as is to be found, usually to satisfaction, in the Mozilla suite, the Firefox browser and the Thunderbird mail client - necessary, but the user interface for making use of such capabilities must also be made available.</p>
                     29: <p>For this reason the <strong>BiDi UI project</strong> @ MozDev exists: to offer extensions which provide user interface for direction control and use of direction-related unicode features, as well the smoothing over of some kinks in underlying BiDi support.</p>
                     30: 
                     31: <p>Currently, two extensions are available:</p>
                     32: <ul>
                     33: <li><a href="/mail/">BiDi Mail UI</a>, for the Mozilla suite and the Thundebird Mail&News clients
                     34: <li><a href="/browser/">BiDi Browser UI</a>, for the Mozilla suite and the Firefox browsers; this extension is partly obsolete (see link for details).
                     35: </ul>
                     36: </p>
                     37: 
                     38: <p>Both of these partially correspond to BiDi-related bugzilla bugs (see the two subsections for bug numbers), and can also be thought of as workarounds for them.</p>
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                     40: </div>

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