1. the fancyhdr problem can be solved by adding a
\sethebrew command in the definition of fancyhdr's
"header-generating" function. see attached the
fancyhdr.sty file, line 254. of course this breaks for
non-hebrew documents. does anyone know how to select
the document's default language rather than hardwiring
hebrew it into the file?
2. i have noticed a similar (probably related) problem
when using the standard style,
the problem is that page numbers are sometimes
formatted in the hebrew font and sometimes in the
latin font. a source and dvi example are attached.
look at pages 3 and 9: on page three both item labels
and the page number are typeset the same, while on
page nine the item label "9" is different from the
page number "9".
--- Tzafrir Cohen <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 27, 2006 at 02:42:16AM -0700, mike
> hochman wrote:
> > hi,
> > i am trying to use the fancyhdr package with
> > latex. for some reason it is getting right/left
> > up on some pages. i've attached a sample source
> > dvi file; in the dvi the problem appear on page 4.
> > compare the header with the one on page 2.
> > does anyone know how to solve this?
> One hint: the problem seems to go away if you
> "convert" the document to
> an article .
> -- Tzafrir
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