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Latin names - which side? » answer
by Don (NZ/GB), 2009-11-03, 21:34  Spam?  
I have always been accustomed to placing Latin names on the English side in the English-German dictionary, and have started doing that with Dutch-English too. But I have had a sudden thought - is this correct? Should they always be placed on the left-hand side?
http://ennl.dict.cc/?s=subject%3Abot.
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English side is fine.  #472824
by Paul (AT), 2009-11-04, 12:12  Spam?  
From a technical point of view it doesn't make much of a difference, as long as it's handled consistently.
But I guess using the English side is better than using the left side because maybe someday the column order can be customized by users. Additionally, this makes the English part congruent in all language pairs.
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Thanks Paul.  #472854
by Don (NZ/GB), 2009-11-04, 12:48  Spam?  
That's a relief!
I thought I had better ask before going too far.
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That's fine!  #472865
by Paul (AT), 2009-11-04, 13:11  Spam?  
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