Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Ticket #4138, comment 12


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  • Ticket #4138, comment 12

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    1212Leaving the virtual console aside, let us return to X-windows. 
    13 With X-windows, I have experimented with two different terminals: lxterminal, and xterm. As an side, for the case of an lxterminal, the important piece of software for our matter is, probably, its vte3 virtual terminal emulator. The results I got are that in an lxterminal, both the ls command in the shell, and mc, display Hebrew file names with the correct directions. Yet, mc has the switching columns bug. In contrast, in an xterm, both the ls command in the shell, and mc, display Hebrew file names in the reverse, wrong, direction. But mc does not show the switching columns bug. 
     13With X-windows, I have experimented with two different terminals: lxterminal, and xterm. As an side, for the case of an lxterminal, the important piece of software for our matter is, probably, its vte3 virtual terminal emulator. The results I got are that in an lxterminal, both the ls command in the shell, and mc, display Hebrew file names with the correct direction. Yet, mc has the switching columns bug. In contrast, in an xterm, both the ls command in the shell, and mc, display Hebrew file names in the reverse, wrong, direction. But mc does not show the switching columns bug. 
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    1515Looking again at the 2 screenshots that were posted earlier, ygoodfill screenshot, https://midnight-commander.org/attachment/ticket/4138/Screenshot%20from%202020-10-22%2017-35-43.png, manifests the bug. While the Hebrew file names are displayed as they should be. The names are also justified to the right, as is expected. In contrast, andrew_b screenshot, https://midnight-commander.org/attachment/ticket/4138/Screenshot%20at%202020-10-25%2010-53-10.png, does not manifests the bug. But that screenshot does display the Hebrew file names in the wrong direction. The names are justified to the left, which is not the usual