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10.4.5.  Text

In this section you can find details on the setting options of Text .

  • General: See Section 10.4.2, “General settings”.

  • Text:

    • Language: This function is not available currently. Apply translations in PARTproject as described. On this see under Section 10.7.2, “Translate Media Variables ”.

    • Font:

      Fonts displayed in the list field are not identical with fonts installed on the system, because only allowed fonts are shown and only these shall be used. As long as these fonts are used, it is ensured that they will be embedded in the template (partial embedding). If special, not supported font types shall be used, then please contact CADENAS.

      Fallback: The fallback is currently only done for language charset problems. For example, the font only contains Latin1 characters (part of the Latin chars) and you export in Chinese which needs other characters, the fallback is performed. The last fallback in this chain is the Droid Sans.

      [Note] Note

      When selecting a font in the list field, it is automatically entered as "font-family" in the HTML code.

      Do not change the "font-family" manually to a not allowed font!

      HTML code

      HTML code

    • Standard paragraph format / List formats:

      In the list field of the paragraph formats you can find options like Standard, different bulleted list formats or numbered list formats. Via the little list field to the right you can control the indentation level (starting with 0 = no indent).

    • It is possible to use variables as text:

      • Table variables

      • Project variables such as "$NB.", "$NENN.", "$LINA." for example

      • Media variables: On this see Section 10.6, “Edit Media Variables in the Media editor ”.

        [Note] Note

        The formatting in the Media editor (PARTproject) has priority over the formatting of the text in the PARTtemplateDesigner.

      • Special variables, which can be inserted via context menu. These are marked with "$$" (Example: $$MASS$$).

    • Distance: Not in use for templates.

    • Tabbed page HTML code:

      [Note] Note

      More formatting possibilities are available, when you switch to the tabbed page HTML code. There you can directly access the HTML code.

  • Mass values: