It’s been a Russian-flavoured week so far. First came a bit of grappling with the dire unicode support in Fireworks CS3 for Andrei’s Russian-themed twitter background. More on internationalisation — or i18n for the cool kids — later. Suffice to say, for a bazillion pounds a license Adobe could get it right, and the core web fonts that don’t have Cyrillic glyphs are suboptimal when I’m trying to post Russian.
However, the real purpose of this rambling post is to announce that the em and elastic layout article has been kindly translated to Russian! My thanks go to the volunteer efforts of Nickolas Loiko of CSSMake. Thanks Nickolas!
Next up, I’m expecting a visit from Putin to discuss Georgia with me by accident. I will, of course, redirect him to Ben Ramsey, who’s Georgian all over, or so goats have led me to believe. Just to show how anything can be made into a happy co-incidence, Georgia visited the Welsh last night and won 2–1.
Any more from me and the confusion will get ridiculous. Therefore, I’ll be going now.