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If I type in using a Hebrew keyboard 100A/290ה
it comes out correctly, I don't have to switch to the English keyboard at all.
I can just type in, using a Hebrew keyboard, 100Shift+A/290ה
My question is: what feature or kit does JIRA have that handles this?
I ask because in my Windows-based system, we can't type that cursively, without swapping to the English keyboard. Here is an example:
The ability of JIRA to handle input from a Hebrew keyboard seamlessly, including mixing Hebrew and Latin characters without the need to switch keyboard layouts, is likely due to a combination of factors related to internationalization and text handling features built into JIRA and the underlying technologies it uses.
In summary, JIRA’s adept handling of mixed language input is due to its support for Unicode, sophisticated text editors, reliance on modern web technologies, and the capabilities of web browsers in handling complex text inputs. This combination of features makes it possible to input text in Hebrew seamlessly without the need to switch keyboard layouts, a functionality that may not be as refined in more basic text-editing applications in Windows.