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Alright, so we all know English is supported (sometimes as the ONLY language, like the T-Mo's HD7), and I know keyboard support for other languages will come with time, but there is something that bothers me, and it is DISPLAYING a language.

Due to the nature of my recent work, I need to deal with Middle Eastern languages such as Farsi, Arabic, and Hebrew, and sometimes Asian languages like Japanese and Korean.

Secondly, Farsi and Arabic letters are connected in words, and WP7 seems to ignore this for most text. The phones are going to be released there sometime this month. I found the system had slown down when I installed additional language support.

Any thoughts on how to fix this, or whether you think this will ever get fixed? But I don't know how you'd be able to install an additional language on there. In the end all I did was keep my SMS messages, sync to My Phone and then read them from my browser.

But we don't have My Phone on 7 I also don't know how Right to Left languages will work on the interface. Originally Posted by bmazloum I also don't know how Right to Left languages will work on the interface. I am not too worried about the actual UI being translated to another language. My concern is displaying any Middle Eastern language on the phone's browser, Office, etc. Originally Posted by kapanak I am not too worried about the actual UI being translated to another language. My concern is displaying any Middle Eastern language on the phone's browser, Office, etc. The Middle Eastern languages support seems strange. In other applications: read left to right and separated.. In the People Hub feed, Farsi and Arabic show up fine interestingly enough.

If titles changed, you'd be seeing the end of the words instead of the beginning. If titles changed, you'd be seeing the end of the words instead of the beginning. My phone (HTC HD7 - UK) partially supports Arabic & Farsi: In browser: read right to left but not connected. Originally Posted by curvyjomanjy The Middle Eastern languages support seems strange. In other applications: read left to right and separated.. Also, in Office, if you have a word, or power point document (have only tried this so far), text is LEFT to right, and separated.

In email: full support in title in inbox, but in email body is as in browser if sent in text, but if HTML then not supported at all. My phone (HTC HD7 - UK) partially supports Arabic & Farsi: In browser: read right to left but not connected. I am sure it wouldn't require much for Microsoft to patch this problem.

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