Question about a ready-made HTML-Format-Enabled TextArea

Posted on 2011-10-29
Last Modified: 2012-06-27

Referrig to an old question of mine:

Look at the 2nd response to my question there (the one marked with "Assissted Solution"), I have already successfully installed that script to run on my web server, but the new question now is:

When someone starts using this field, the direction of typing by default is the left-to-right one. The thing is that my target users of this textarea field will be Arabs, and Arabs write from right to left. Therefore, I want this textarea writing direction to start with Right-To-Left direction, any clue how?
Question by:alfardan
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    Accepted Solution

    I think you are referring to tinyMCE , if so then use this code
            directionality : "rtl"

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    Author Closing Comment

    Spot-On, thank you

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