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Enable Responsive fonts

Post by Bazza2 » Sun Dec 31, 2017 8:45 am

I have text for the normal size page and I select Enable responsive fonts.
When I am doing break point 320 and I need to drag the text narrow to fit the 320 width I notice the
box handles are very close to the right hand side of the text.
I understand that those handles normally should be away from the text a little otherwise some browsers will move the text down.

Does the Enable responsive fonts stop this text overflowing in this case when using 320 break point.

Or
Should I manually move the lines of text down so the whole document is narrow so the handles with be away from the right hand side of the text

Thanks

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Re: Enable Responsive fonts

Post by Pablo » Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:20 am

Does the Enable responsive fonts stop this text overflowing in this case when using 320 break point.
No
Should I manually move the lines of text down so the whole document is narrow so the handles with be away from the right hand side of the text
Yes

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Re: Enable Responsive fonts

Post by Bazza2 » Sun Dec 31, 2017 11:02 pm

Thanks Pablo
When working in 320 break point
Using the object manager to hide text or an object
I understand that the object must be withing the 320 limit before hiding.

Once hidden does it make any difference if any text or object is placed
over the position where the object was before hiding it

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Re: Enable Responsive fonts

Post by Pablo » Sun Dec 31, 2017 11:48 pm

I recommend to place all objects within the viewport boundaries to prevent scrollbars in the browser.

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