I’m trying to squeeze the text in a Text Editor object to fit my requirements, using Rich Text. The
<lineheight:min:max:multiple> tag is working great to squeeze it vertically.
I also need to squeeze it horizontally, and I thought the
<tighten:factor> was exactly what I needed, but it does nothing.
Perhaps this only works together with the
<linebreak:mode> tag, is that correct?
Can anyone give me an example of how to compress the text horizontally?
I’ve tried many things, and in fact, I can’t seem to get the
<linebreak:mode> tag to do anything. I never see any ellipsis no matter what mode I try (although I do not want to truncate at all, I’m just testing it and trying to get horizontal compression).
I do understand that the Text Display Options Line Breaks must be set to either Word Wrap or Don’t Wrap in order to use Rich Text, which brings up another question. What is the relationship between this setting, and the
<linebreak:mode> tag, since they can be set to “contradict” each other. Which one gets priority? For example, if the Option is set to Word Wrap, and the
<linebreak:clipping> tag is used, which means don’t wrap.