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11/8/2010 7:18 AM
 
I'm using non latin language (hebrew) and I need to change the direction of the labels in feedback.acsx from the left side of the textbox to the right side.
Is there a way to do that without messing with the code to feedback.acsx (I've tried with the module.css, and with the file - I didn't get good result)
 
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11/8/2010 9:56 AM
 
if it's using hardcoded alignments you could use jquery to remove them and switch the alignment (or better style it via css). I'd recommend you also raise a support request @ http://dnnfeedback.codeplex.com/workitem/list/basic so they're aware of the issue.

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