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Main post I've written a userscript that accomplishes this locally (i.e., no server call). It allows you to use a markdown-like syntax to automatically create a link to anywhere in Tanach, Talmud Bavli, and Mishna Torah. The Tanach links go by default to Chabad.org, but you can make it go to Mechon Mamre if you so desire. Talmud Bavli goes to HebrewBooks....


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One small step we've taken in this direction (heh) is offering an integrated virtual keyboard which includes a convenient ‏ key. (You can thank HodofHod for the idea.) As I mentioned on the network-wide request, we don't have any immediate plans to go further. However, internationalization is an important part of our strategy. Please give us ...


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There are some requests on other sites (mostly academic sites), all in a similar vein of handling and smoothing the process for citations. We're currently looking into methods for handling this on a much broader scale. As progress is made on that front, we'll be able to look into how we may be able to integrate the system you've found here, into whatever our ...


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This is something that we definitely want to support, but we want to do it properly in conjunction with the other localization work that is currently going into the engine. It is possible for us to turn on tweaks to Markdown that allows for these special blocks, but they can (and do) quickly turn into much bigger endeavors than we imagined as we deal with ...


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Instead of literally typing &rlm, It is also possible -- and some people would also say easier -- to: use a word processor such as Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, or LibreOffice to edit your text, and to graphically insert the right-to-left character using the appropriate menu item copy and paste the resulting text into your browser, where you are composing/...


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