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Marco
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Marco asked on 04 Feb 2016, 09:51 AM

Hi, I need a couple of text rendering features that I can't find in your docs, and precisely:

1. Character spacing (horizontally): a numeric parameter to modify the spacing between chars. This measure could be expressed in pixels, points, percentage or whatever, the effect is that the single letters on the same line will be shown with a different spacing in between.

2. Show text in uppercase: a boolean switch. If enabled the text is shown in uppercase. When switched off, text will show back in original case, as it was written by the user. For this reason, this parameter must not modify the underlying text, only render it as uppercase when activated.

Are these features already implemented (and I just couldn't find them) or are they missing?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Boby
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answered on 08 Feb 2016, 08:00 AM
Hello Marco,

None of the features is currently supported, but we have them logged in our feedback portal. You can vote for them and subscribe to track eventual progress:
Support for character spacing adjustment
All capitals (All caps) run property support

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