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Use the actual character. The disadvantage to using entities is readability. Pop quiz: what does the following output? †‹ some text › Without looking it up, I would have had no idea. Even if you did, you should consider that others reading your markup might not. For the most part, there's no reason you shouldn't just use ...
Found this bit in the Inkscape Manual. It actually says to use kerning to adjust the starting position of your text on a path (which isn’t far off from using spaces, unfortunately). Text can be adjusted or moved relative to the path. Left: the text has been adjusted and kerned with the Alt+arrow keys. Placing the cursor at the beginning of the ...
There is not a way to do this in Inkscape in the UI (see this bug), but you can do this using Inkscape's XML Editor. According to the SVG specifications, you can use the startOffset attribute to indicate where you want the text to begin. So all you need to do is add that attribute to the <textPath>. In Inkscape, open the XML Editor Ctrl+Shift+X. In ...
Option A is great, it feels intuitive. Reading columns top-to-bottom is natural for Western readers. Option B is better suited for rows instead of columns, and maybe that's an approach to try; less space between entries, more space between lines. The responsive-friendly point is legitimate, but as it stands now, I think this layout will hinder your ...
Text is simply content in a frame, so you need to change the behavior of the frame in this case. Go to the top menu, choose Object > Text Frame Options... In the Vertical Justification section, choose Align: Bottom and hit Okay Both of your text frames can be aligned to bottom, or just the second one. Bonus tip: If you want to control which item ...
It looks like you have text antialiasing set to none. Try changing it to smooth (or any other for that matter).
Now, this is a problem I also once faced - and I did not find a solution back then. However, nowadays I know about scripting a bit, so I put together a quick snippet that should do what you want. You need to save it as a .jsx file and put it in your scripts folder. Then select any of your text frames that belong to the flowing text and run the script by ...
Now, in html5 we do not use the ascii encode anymore, but the utf-8. If you define your encode as utf-8, and you also encode the file itself in it, you will have no problems. (an old editor can not encode in utf-8, but there are a lot of free programs that do) After that, if you need it, lets say for some programming needs, you \escape it.
I have 2 alternative options than using align - bottom with 2 different examples in this image (which probably shouldn't be used...). 1) The first part of the image uses a textbox with a space as the first line. I then applied a space before to the 1 of .33" (This will change depending on your text size and line-height). The second part of the image shows ...
You could try to trick the text box into pushing this word onto the next line by using Text Wrap. Try placing an object (invisible if necessary) to the right of the text box and edit this object's left sided Text Wrap margin.
It is your file type. When you create a new doc, make sure to make correct choice... ie. create an Actionscript3 file and not an html file. HTML canvas greys out the text options and a lot more.
The Photoshop help files would answer this immediately for you. or and set the color picker to white.... Or just highlight the text, and click the white swatch in the Swatch Panel: Or highlight the text and adjust the sliders in the Color Panel:
Here is my approach. I found sketch plugin which converts text layer to outlines, but it converts only selected text layer. I modified it so it converts all text layers on current page. Here is instructions, for instance we have photo with several text layers on in: Go to menu select Plugins > Custom Plugin... Text area will appear, copy paste this code: ...
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