To me it appears as if when a sentence is (or word) is cut at the end, the rest of the sentence has a lead in of ... .
If the end word is cut in the middle, it also has a ... . The ellipsis appears to be correct.
this is good news. so actually only the ellipsis needs to be on the other side. or shouldn't be there at all with languages as Hebrew, Arabic or Urdu
Quoting moshi, reply 5do you know wether they have this ellipsis thing in Hebrew, if a sentence is not completed ... ?
This appears to be acceptable, although I have no Hebrew RSS feed to compare it with.
because the ellipsis is not from the rss feed. the ellipsis gets added by Rainmeter. similar to the titlebar in Windows if the title is too long. Gnome and KDE (or Google Chrome) are smarter as the text just fades out, so no trouble with grammar then.
actually this is how it should be done. fading out instead of an ellipsis leaves more letters to display anyway. of course it still should be on the other side for these languages.
thanks for the help. at least it can be used, it just has some strange dots for now. so i can add more newspapers...