Arrow images are backwards in source header
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At the bottom of a Wikidata statement there is a button that expands the sources section, containing the text "(number of sources) source(s)" and a small arrow which points to the right if the section is collapsed, which is the default if the statement has at least one source. In RTL languages, the arrow still points to the right, instead of pointing to the left.

Oddly, collapsing and then expanding the section corrects the arrow so that it points to the left.

Version: master
Severity: normal
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bzimport set Reference to bz61308.
Yair_rand created this task.Via LegacyFeb 13 2014, 10:19 AM
thiemowmde added a comment.Via ConduitFeb 14 2014, 7:27 PM

I dug into the code and found the reason and a nice and simple enough workaround. Hope I can submit my fix on Monday.

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