Scrolling Text in a Marquee

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Scrolling Text in a Marquee

Post by PeterG » Tue Sep 17, 2019 11:44 am

Hello Pablo,
Can you please tell me if I am doing somthing wrong. I am using version 15.07 - 64 bit. If I set up a marquee with an upward scrolling text of say 21 lines and preview the results all scrolls as one would expect. However if I then reduce the marquee box to a smaller size to fit in my website not all of the 21 lines are displayed in the preview.
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Re: Scrolling Text in a Marquee

Post by Pablo » Tue Sep 17, 2019 12:17 pm

What is the URL of the page?
And what are your exact settings?

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Re: Scrolling Text in a Marquee

Post by PeterG » Tue Sep 17, 2019 3:52 pm

Hi Pablo,
Many thanks for reply. I have posted a test page to illustrate my problem as follows -
[https://www.3riversmembers.com/page1.html]

The Marquee settings are the same for both examples as one is a copy of the other except for the display size. The settings are- direction ="up", Loop = "0", behavior = "scroll", Duration = "5000" and Easing "Linear". all other setting are at default.

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Re: Scrolling Text in a Marquee

Post by Pablo » Tue Sep 17, 2019 4:31 pm

At the moment I do not have a solution for this, but I will investigate if this can be improved in a future update.

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Re: Scrolling Text in a Marquee

Post by PeterG » Tue Sep 17, 2019 5:18 pm

Hi Pablo,
Many thanks for such a prompt reply. It is much appreciated.
The support forum has to be one of the great plus points for the software.

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