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We will load the RTL css from the skin's directory if present, and fall back to the global one if not. As such, skins that need to can override the RTL properties for their skin, while the majority of skins that aren't really too dramatically different from the default can benefit from using the default RTL css file and not having to work on and maintain their own.

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No it won't.... :blink: Or shouldn't at least, and doesn't in my testing.



Look at skin_global -> includeRTL()



Every if statement verifies the language selected is an RTL language before it attempts to import any new CSS files.




Oh I'm sorry, I added it via the ACP my fault. Works great. :)
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No it won't.... :blink: Or shouldn't at least, and doesn't in my testing.



Look at skin_global -> includeRTL()



Every if statement verifies the language selected is an RTL language before it attempts to import any new CSS files.




for me it will because I changed the template and put ipb_rtl along the other CSS files so that there are no JS files sandwiched between CSS files. The reason for that is to speed up page loading :)
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