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I am setting up a user account for someone wanting to use a Hebrew locale in Ubuntu 13.04. Everything nicely aligns to the right-hand side when using the Hebrew locale, except for the Unity launcher. This still sticks to the left-hand side, which sort of looks very odd in an otherwise right-hand side locale. See the screenshot enter image description here

Now I know moving the Unity launcher position is not possible normally, but one would expect that it automagically aligns to the right-hand side in a right-hand side locale. When setting up the account, I first set the locale to English (since I myself don't understand Hebrew), and only later changed it to Hebrew. Is this the "wrong" way of setting up a right-hand side user-account, or is this left-hand side launcher the expected behavior of Unity even in a right-hand side locale?

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I ... don't think the launcher can go on the right side at all, without internal tweaking. –  FEichinger Jun 28 '13 at 10:42
    
then how do I internally tweak it? ;-) –  Gx1sptDTDa Jun 28 '13 at 11:01
    
You learn the ins and outs of Unity and re-write its launcher. :~) –  mikewhatever Jun 28 '13 at 11:45
    
I have no idea. I don't use unity anymore, but I suspect that there will be a lot of problems with the sub menus, the dash, etc. –  FEichinger Jun 28 '13 at 11:46
    
It's a bit much work for just one user, but it would be nice to have this right-alignment for the 300+ million people in the world who use a right-to-left language. –  Gx1sptDTDa Jun 28 '13 at 14:11
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