<GMT14-Apr-2003 16:33:00GMT> Avi Drissman:
There is a CSS style for <ol> elements, list-style-type, which allows for a numbering style. If that attribute is set to "hebrew", the hebrew numbers are not RTL.
* STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Go to http://homepage.mac.com/avidrissman/testcases/hebrewlist.html
The first ten items in the list have one-letter labels, so they are fine. But starting with the eleventh, the labels now consist of two letters, which should be displayed RTL. They are not.
This has been present since the earliest builds of Safari.
<GMT14-Apr-2003 18:12:56GMT> ZEENAT SUBEDAR:
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<GMT07-Jun-2003 00:00:56GMT> Shelley Sheridan:
attached screenshot comparing with Mozilla, which also puts the period before the number instead of after.
I can't be 100% sure without the original test case, but I think this is fixed in TOT and probably in the latest shipping version of Tiger.