Implementation detail: Per product feedback, this is the java step that is used to trigger the display of the content:
This works fine in most circumstances, except for the following issue:
Display the address (PartialAddress), which is a Pega property used in field values, backwards. If the property of address contains the value of “123 Main St”, in Arabic, it would be “Main St 123”. Is there a control that can be applied to disallow this?
The current CSS flips all content from left to right but it does't make sense for certain situations such as names and address entry (see attached word doc for screenshots) How can the screen retain it's arrangements in content, except just right justified in Arabic?
***Moderator Edit-Vidyaranjan: Updated SR details***
***Edited by Moderator Marissa to update platform capability tags****
The current CSS flips all content from left to right. The default Arabic address entries are flipped content only in the Arabic websites. I guess what's being asked is a specific use case for Census. For this, you can try to add custom style in the CSS and add the CSS class at the layout level where you have the fields and retain the order and just right align the content.
Posted: 3 years ago
Posted: 18 Mar 2019 10:37 EDT
Jeff Richards (richj2)
Senior UI Solutions Developer