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Re: Fix Justify (text block) *** UPDATED Oct-01-2012 ***

Posted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 9:13 pm
by Batusz
ooo :)) Thanks,

Re: Fix Justify (text block) *** UPDATED Oct-01-2012 ***

Posted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 9:19 pm
by [RZ]
so, can i assume it is working now fine for you?

Re: Fix Justify (text block) *** UPDATED Oct-01-2012 ***

Posted: Sat Oct 06, 2012 9:13 am
by Batusz
yes works
my fault
extension of the first, then the text

Thank you

Re: Fix Justify (text block) *** UPDATED Oct-01-2012 ***

Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 2:10 pm
by [RZ]
this is not related to the extension but with the way each browser renders text, especially in tablets devices, it depends on the fonts used, among other things - usually fonts in tablets are bigger, make your text object wider
http://wysiwygwebbuilder.com/forum/view ... 10&t=34318

Re: Fix Justify (text block) *** UPDATED Oct-01-2012 ***

Posted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 6:08 pm
by Rob
RZ - Posted the following question in the "general" forum and Pablo directed me to your extension. Please advise with what I need to know about the latest and greatest version of your extension (ie - how it will render on desktop v tablet / mobile in different browsers)....

"I am noticing that some paragraphs (depending the browser and how close the last line comes to the edge of the paragraph) spills over into an additional line not previousely seen. Other than using the suggested methods (additional padding between objects, publish as image, <div> w/ and w/o position), is there anyway to force a 5 line paragraph stay within it's 5 line limits and not spill over into a 6th line thus crowding the object below it?

Please advise. Thank you in advance for your time.

PS - why does the browser exaggerate the paragraph when line / character spacing is added?"

Thank you for your time.

Re: Fix Justify (text block) *** UPDATED Oct-01-2012 ***

Posted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 8:19 pm
by [RZ]
IeMS wrote:RZ - Posted the following question in the "general" forum and Pablo directed me to your extension. Please advise with what I need to know about the latest and greatest version of your extension (ie - how it will render on desktop v tablet / mobile in different browsers)....
i dont have all the devices for testing; however i always try to do my best to avoid adverse results. please refer to the attached info file in the downloaded zip and follow this thread for even further info.
IeMS wrote:"I am noticing that some paragraphs (depending the browser and how close the last line comes to the edge of the paragraph) spills over into an additional line not previousely seen. Other than using the suggested methods (additional padding between objects, publish as image, <div> w/ and w/o position), is there anyway to force a 5 line paragraph stay within it's 5 line limits and not spill over into a 6th line thus crowding the object below it?
just follow the simple steps on how to use this extension. as stated, it works only with text objects that have div with position; there is no need to reinvent the wheel. if you see that some words appear below, just make the object 1px wider until the text fits as in the workspace mode.
IeMS wrote:PS - why does the browser exaggerate the paragraph when line / character spacing is added?"
the <br> has the same height as the other characters' height plus the normal interline font space. in that case you can select the <br> and set it to arial 6px to reduce the exaggeration...

hope this helps and regards