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    Hello, i want to flip text in a palm webos app. i've used writing-mode: tb-rl; in css but it doesn't work.

    Anyone knows how to do ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by boucles0 View Post
    Hello, i want to flip text in a palm webos app. i've used writing-mode: tb-rl; in css but it doesn't work.

    Anyone knows how to do ?
    It looks like this is a CSS3 style so to use it you would have to write "-webkit-writing-mode" instead of just "writing-mode". But of course that is assuming webOS supports the writing-mode style which I don't know since I've never tried using it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boucles0 View Post
    Hello, i want to flip text in a palm webos app. i've used writing-mode: tb-rl; in css but it doesn't work.

    Anyone knows how to do ?
    i think turning the phone 180 degrees might do the trick... then you don't have to worry about all that css junk.
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    i think turning the phone 180 degrees might do the trick... then you don't have to worry about all that css junk.
    i want my app to be used by two people, one in front of the other,

    that is assuming webOS supports
    I'll try that. thanks !
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    how to flip text upside down - Google Search

    This might help. One of them is a java program.
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    Can you just use an image file for the text?
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    Use CSS transforms to rotate the text 180 degrees
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    This might help. One of them is a java program.
    thanks !
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    thanks everyone ! I'll tell you if i get this work fine !

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