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Support for ug in Arabic script
At this moment the Uyghurche localisation is in the Latin script. I understand that you want to translate in the Arabic script. This is fine in and off itself. However, it means that you have to make a request on the Support page. When you start localising, please concentrate on the "most used" messages first. If there is a clean conversion possible between the Latin script and the Arabic script, you may ask Milos for support for a conversion engine. He proposes the use of such engines so I assume he is an expert on the subject. Thanks, GerardM 07:45, 16 February 2009 (UTC)