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wbgookin Posted - 11/18/2004 : 14:10:15
I need to fit a paratext string into a given area. If it's too long I would want to shrink the overall font size. A function to do this would be fantastic.
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wbgookin Posted - 11/20/2004 : 14:47:15
I posted several routines in the tips and tricks section...I'm sure they need tweaking, but this should give people a start.
wbgookin Posted - 11/19/2004 : 21:24:27
Like I wrote in my other post, this isn't quite as easy for a paratext. I have one for a plain addtextat command that shrinks it down (even breaking lines, which is the key) that I'll post here. I now have one for paratext as well that takes into account the tags. I'll post it too. Just commenting it now, and making sure it actually works reasonably.

Waty Thierry Posted - 11/19/2004 : 18:54:34
You could easilly write it usng the TextHeight and TextWidth, within a loop, and by changing the fontsize.
If you write it, post it here, I will add it within the PPreview.

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