The Right to Left Order character causes a string to be display right to left instead of the English norm of left to right. A filename can include this non-printed character, which causes the filename to be displayed right to left. To do this,
- Open Windows Character Map utility.
- Select any character. Notice the bottom line shows the Unicode character number of the character you selected.
- Use the arrow keys to scroll down to U+202E: Right-To-Left Override
- Press Select
- Press Copy
- Create a new file in Explorer called foo.txt
- Rename the file by selecting it and pressing F2
- Paste the Right-To-Left Override character from Character Map to just in front of the first character.
- Press enter
- The file should now be displayed right to left as "txt.oof"
In SEDR, this causes the whole line of any event description to be displayed backwards.