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Right-to-Left Layout

Certain languages, such as Hebrew or Arabic, use the right-to-left writing system. DevExpress forms and controls provide considerable support for languages that are written from right to left. In the figures below, you can see the RibbonControl displayed in locales that use left-to-right and right-to-left written languages, respectively. Note that visual elements, such as button glyphs and drop-down buttons, are differently aligned in these locales to provide a more natural user experience.

The topics in this section show how to support right-to-left languages in your application.

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