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Feb
21
awarded  Scholar
Feb
21
accepted Text wrapping fill-last-line-first
Feb
11
comment Text wrapping fill-last-line-first
The worst is that the design doesn't look half bad. The text is bottom-aligned in the tile and usually has about 3 lines of text, and when that last line is filled to the end it looks kinda better than with normal wrapping, which leaves a gap in the bottom-right part of the tile
Feb
11
comment Text wrapping fill-last-line-first
Maybe I could use server-side to build tiles with bitmap backgrounds and recreate the tiles when the tile text changes in the CMS. It should be easier to do server-side since I could use real gfx libraries instead of JS. And with image caching it should be fast but it would still be image-heavy. Or I could try to convince the customer to give up this novelty text wrapping :)
Feb
11
comment Text wrapping fill-last-line-first
I agree completely, but it's not really my choice, customers in-house designer made the design and I'm supposed to implement it... :(
Feb
11
awarded  Editor
Feb
11
revised Text wrapping fill-last-line-first
Additional clarificaton
Feb
11
comment Text wrapping fill-last-line-first
First of all, thank you for taking the time to write this up but I'm afraid you misunderstood me (or more likely I've explained it badly in the question). It's not a matter of a bottom vertical alignment, it's a matter of the "shape" of the wrapped text. For example, in the text "Here be the link" if there is not enough room on one line then the line should be rendered as "Here \n be the link" instead of standard "Here be the \n link".
Feb
11
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Feb
10
awarded  Custodian
Feb
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Text wrapping fill-last-line-first
Feb
10
awarded  Student
Feb
10
asked Text wrapping fill-last-line-first
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