‎ character jumbles text and this can be confusing when working with many articles
I often work bidirectional text in content management systems and often that text has parenthesis (
()) or other textual wrappers flipping after an English text which is preceded in itself by some Right-to-Left text.
For example, with Hebrew, I get the following output:
Instead of the desired output:
The standard fix
I can fix the problem with
‎ (Left-to-Right mark) by putting it left to the parenthesis.
For example, untreated input:
This way, I will indeed get the desired output.
A possible problem with the standard fix
‎ is a multi-symbol-character fixer and can make the input appear more jumbled up than with just the parenthesis, so content editing becomes more frustrating. Hence, I would prefer to use some single-symbol-character fixer left to the parenthesis.
How will you suggest to solve that problem?
- There are images in this question because Codidact renders content differently than the content management system I use (MediaWiki)
- I would have gladly used some single-symbol-character representing