Bidirectional sentences don't have correct ref directionality in mobile-html, as opposed to the browser version of Wikipedia.
For example, in the article "ירושלים" in Hebrew Wikipedia, after the words "ברום של 570", appearing in the introduction, there is a ref, and its number appears to the right of "570", while is should be displayed on its left, as Hebrew is read from right-to-left.
Works fine on Windows in Internet Explorer and Chrome; on MacOS in Safari and Chrome; and in Android on Chrome.
Steps to reproduce
- Write a sentence involving Hebrew words, followed by English words or numbers (any "[a-zA-Z0-9]+"), and then immediately by a reference.
- Watch the article
Ref number will be on the left of the English-numerical word.
Ref number will be on the right of the English-numerical word.