Globalization and Localization in EJ 1 ASP.NET MVC Maps

20 Mar 2018 / 1 minute to read

Right-to-Left or RTL describes the ability of application to handle and responds you to communicate with a right-to-left language, such as Arabic or Japanese. enableRTL property is used to change the rendering format to “Right-to-Left”. By default, legend and tooltip will be rendered as “Left-to-Right” in Maps.

  • cshtml
  • @(Html.EJ().Map("maps") 
    
    		.EnableRTL(true)
    
    	)

    In default legend, after setting EnableRTL is set as true, legend text will be rendered first, and then legend icon will be rendered.

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    Interactive legend

    If EnableRTL is set as true, then whole interactive legend will be rendered from right-to-left, which means left label will be rendered at right side, and right label will be rendered at left side. Also, navigation arrow position will be changed to right side.

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    Tooltip

    If EnableRTL is set as true, tooltip will be rendered at the left side of the mouse cursor.

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