Alignment issue in Wizard while switching to Arabic

Alignment issue in Wizard control when switching for Arabic content


In English it works fine


Hi Abhinav,


Can you try to inspect using web developer tool for CSS issue.which element given you error.

Also could you please share oml if possible

Hi Abhinav,

Thanks for reporting this! I'll make sure OutSystems will take notice.

Hi Abhinav,


In version 2.4.0 of OutSystemsUI, a lot of improvements were done for Arabic content. Which version are you using? 


Best Regards, 

José Rosário

José Rosário wrote:

Hi Abhinav,


In version 2.4.0 of OutSystemsUI, a lot of improvements were done for Arabic content. Which version are you using? 


Best Regards, 

José Rosário


Thanks for the reply. I have updated the version now but still the same issue.

Salman Ansari wrote:

Hi Abhinav,


Can you try to inspect using web developer tool for CSS issue.which element given you error.

Also could you please share oml if possible

Thanks for the reply. Let me try to create a sample oml file. Not only the CSS there is an extra line appearing at end. The one missing between 1 and 2 is appearing after 4


abhinav katiyar wrote:

Salman Ansari wrote:

Hi Abhinav,


Can you try to inspect using web developer tool for CSS issue.which element given you error.

Also could you please share oml if possible

Thanks for the reply. Let me try to create a sample oml file. Not only the CSS there is an extra line appearing at end. The one missing between 1 and 2 is appearing after 4


I have only 4 steps



abhinav katiyar wrote:

José Rosário wrote:

Hi Abhinav,


In version 2.4.0 of OutSystemsUI, a lot of improvements were done for Arabic content. Which version are you using? 


Best Regards, 

José Rosário


Thanks for the reply. I have updated the version now but still the same issue.

Did you update the references in your application? Can you share the oml file or do you have an URL to share with use?



José Rosário wrote:

abhinav katiyar wrote:

José Rosário wrote:

Hi Abhinav,


In version 2.4.0 of OutSystemsUI, a lot of improvements were done for Arabic content. Which version are you using? 


Best Regards, 

José Rosário


Thanks for the reply. I have updated the version now but still the same issue.

Did you update the references in your application? Can you share the oml file or do you have an URL to share with use?



Yes have updated, Will share a sample OML. Thanks



abhinav katiyar wrote:

José Rosário wrote:

abhinav katiyar wrote:

José Rosário wrote:

Hi Abhinav,


In version 2.4.0 of OutSystemsUI, a lot of improvements were done for Arabic content. Which version are you using? 


Best Regards, 

José Rosário


Thanks for the reply. I have updated the version now but still the same issue.

Did you update the references in your application? Can you share the oml file or do you have an URL to share with use?



Yes have updated, Will share a sample OML. Thanks




PFA oml. You can click on Arbaic and the wizard alignment issue occurs

abhinav katiyar wrote:

Salman Ansari wrote:

Hi Abhinav,


Can you try to inspect using web developer tool for CSS issue.which element given you error.

Also could you please share oml if possible

Thanks for the reply. Let me try to create a sample oml file. Not only the CSS there is an extra line appearing at end. The one missing between 1 and 2 is appearing after 4


PFA oml


Hi Abhinav,


Sorry I thought it is OutSystems UI Component instead of OutSystems UI Web Component.

After analyzing your oml I saw that you are setting your locale to "ar-AE", unfortunately, the RTL Mechanism is only activated when the locale is equal to "AR". 

Can this be a workaround for your use case? 

On our side, we will evaluate what are the other locales that need to work using the RTL Mechanism 


Best Regards,

José Rosário


Solution

José Rosário wrote:

Hi Abhinav,


Sorry I thought it is OutSystems UI Component instead of OutSystems UI Web Component.

After analyzing your oml I saw that you are setting your locale to "ar-AE", unfortunately, the RTL Mechanism is only activated when the locale is equal to "AR". 

Can this be a workaround for your use case? 

On our side, we will evaluate what are the other locales that need to work using the RTL Mechanism 


Best Regards,

José Rosário


Thanks Jose, It saved our day.


Solution

José Rosário wrote:

After analyzing your oml I saw that you are setting your locale to "ar-AE", unfortunately, the RTL Mechanism is only activated when the locale is equal to "AR". 

That seems like a bug? SS defines a lot of codes starting with "ar":

EDIT: Isn't there a way to determine whether to use RTL based on the locale? You needn't have a fixed list then.