A better text editor.

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Post » Thu Dec 11, 2014 8:27 pm

Hello everyone!

i have been working on an html5 presentation (like powerpoint stuff) using C2, it works great but
it will be awesome that the Text object can have much more edit options and can allow the user to use
a bold with ilatic in the same object, like a real text editor.

thanks!
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Post » Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:15 pm

IJCT wrote:Hello everyone!

i have been working on an html5 presentation (like powerpoint stuff) using C2, it works great but
it will be awesome that the Text object can have much more edit options and can allow the user to use
a bold with ilatic in the same object, like a real text editor.

thanks!


Use the sprite font, is bettere for make fancy text... you use the image for make your own text

download this: https://www.scirra.com/forum/sprite-font-generator-v2_t86546?&hilit=make+sprite+font to make your font, and use in c2, this should works ;)
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Post » Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:33 pm

the problem with sprite font is that it get pixelated and it have exactly the same problem of the text, it doesnt let you use more styles in the same textbox, for example i want to create a text like this

"Hello David welcome to wonder land"


i will have to use a object for every style.
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Post » Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:00 pm

IJCT wrote:the problem with sprite font is that it get pixelated and it have exactly the same problem of the text, it doesnt let you use more styles in the same textbox, for example i want to create a text like this

"Hello David welcome to wonder land"


i will have to use a object for every style.


yes, you are right, in this case you have to use 3 object (or more) if you want to make a dinamic text...

look if is possible to load a css file an use an html script in a text... but I'm not sure if is possible...
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