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An option to enable displaying of special Islamic words

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000131151D
Publication Date: 2005-Nov-08
Document File: 1 page(s) / 13K

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Abstract

In Islamic cultures, there are a set of special words that are seen everywhere-- in stores, schools, all public places and on all documents. Without these words there is a feeling of incompleteness. These words are an expected part of every day life and provide a sense of completeness and meaning to the daily activities. This disclosure provides this sense of completeness and meaning to the user interface (UI) for all the products that are and will be sold in the Islamic regions of the world.

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An option to enable displaying of special Islamic words

In Islamic cultures, there are a set of special words that are seen everywhere-- in stores, schools, all public places and on all documents.  Without these words there is a feeling of incompleteness.  These words are an expected part of every day life and provide a sense of completeness and meaning to the daily activities.  This disclosure provides this sense of completeness and meaning to the user interface (UI) for all the products that are and will be sold in the Islamic regions of the world.

This feature should be turned on, only when the product is being sold in Islamic regions of the world.  It consists of employment of a button or “Hot Text” which contains these special words on the top center of the graphical user interface or GUI.  When the user clicks on these special words, another window would be opened that will have these special words.  User will be given an option to hear the words spoken or have the words printed on the document.

Note:  These words would not be auto-generated on every document; the user would need to select this option.