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Automatic resize of the text

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  • #35471
    kreattiva
    Customer

    Hi,
    I have a problem with text,
    how can I have the automatic text resized once inserted?

    I tried the ‘fit’ option, that’s fine too, the problem is that when I go to scale the text gets cut.

    How can I do?

    Thanks

    #35508

    Hi,

    do you mean this puzzle? https://www.soft8soft.com/docs/manual/en/puzzles/Materials.html#texture_from_text

    can you provide more details?

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    #35738
    kreattiva
    Customer

    Hi Yuri,

    This is the puzzle I used.
    It allows me to insert text within an area that I have established, the problem is that if I select the ‘fit’ option the text is sometimes cut at the sides,
    I wish I could add the ‘new line’ function how can I do that in this puzzle?

    Plus how can I do an automatic resize of the text correctly?

    Perhaps adding borders between the text and the area to prevent it from being cut off.

    Thanks

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    #35770

    Hi,

    the ‘fit’ option scales text so you probably want to use ‘center’. Anyway, if you want to use ‘fit’, you should adjust the UV of the original textures so that the text is not cut.
    Multi-line text is not supported unfortunately, so you need to use multiple textures/materials.

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    #35777
    kreattiva
    Customer

    Ok, i saw this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jx5gOgg4e2Y) which could be for me.

    Is there a possibility to use it for text instead of an image?

    In a nutshell, I would like that once the text has been entered, I can modify its size, rotate it and change its position within an area.

    I am attaching an image that explains what I would like to achieve.

    Thanks

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    #35806

    Yes, it should be possible because the text is translated to a canvas texture.

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