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HTML Samples (and their CSS)

  1. CSS3 Directions: A Sample Disaster (Left-to-Right version)
  2. Left-to-Right Style Sheet for Sample Disaster
  3. CSS3 Directions: A Sample Disaster (Top-to-Bottom version)
  4. Top-to-Bottom Style Sheet for Sample Disaster

Screenshots & Mockups

  1. Rendering of Top-to-Bottom Sample Disaster in Browser X
  2. Rendering of Top-to-Bottom Sample Disaster in Browser Y

Diagrams

  1. Flow Diagram - How block progression, inline progression, and glyph orientation should work. (Sample text in English and Farsi)
  2. Flow Diagram 2 - Flow diagram for how the February 26th CSS3 Text Module Draft specifies it.
  3. Tilted Vertical Hebrew + English
  4. More Tilted Vertical Hebrew + English
  5. English Text Flows - Various inline-progression, block-progression, and glyph-orientation combinations valid in English.
  6. "China" Arrangements - Various possible correct and incorrect renditions of "China".

Scans (PNG)

  1. Haiku in Four Seasons (Hayku dar Chahar Fasl) - Japanese Haiku in Kanji/Kana, Romanji, and Farsi, with Farsi commentary
  2. Musilin Hui Hua - Chinese footnotes on an Arabic text
  3. Traditional Chinese Catalog with Arabic Listings (pp. 12-13) Note that Traditional Chinese books read from right to left, so the right page is the end of a section of Chinese entries.
  4. Traditional Chinese Catalog with Arabic Listings (pp. 14-15)
  5. Traditional Chinese Catalog with Arabic Listings (pp. 16-17)
  6. Mongolian in Horizontal Chinese (pg. 128)
  7. Mongolian in Horizontal Chinese (pg. 129)
  8. Multi-Script Dictionary (pg. 4) - (The primary language of this dictionary is Mongolian; the first few scans are introductory text in Mongolian.)
  9. Multi-Script Dictionary (pg. 8)
  10. Multi-Script Dictionary (pg. 31)
  11. Multi-Script Dictionary (pg. 178)
  12. Multi-Script Dictionary (pg. 245)
  13. Taiwanese Booklet (pg. 13) - Traditional Chinese with inline Arabic and Latin
  14. Taiwanese Booklet (pg. 16)
  15. Taiwanese Booklet (pg. 88)
  16. Mongolian Script Tutorial (clip from pg. 12) - Upright vertical Cyrillic alongside Mongolian
  17. Translating Genji (pg. 38-39) - Vertical-layout Japanese journal article apparently about English translations of the Tale of Genji. Sophisticated mixed English/Japanese typesetting including English paragraphs with Japanese notes, Japanese paragraphs with English quotes, underlines in both languages, ruby on English, syllable markings, Japanese-style citation (footnote) markings, and other fun things.
  18. Translating Genji (pg. 40-41)
  19. Translating Genji (pg. 42-43)