O$ Mixed font sizes

Mark Watson mark.watson at jurisconcept.ca
Wed Dec 21 09:53:01 EST 2011


Exactly, Andreas.
I was just fielding this question based on a "feature request" from a
client.

Mark Watson

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[mailto:omnisdev-en-bounces at lists.omnis-dev.com] De la part de Andreas
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Envoyé : 21 décembre 2011 09:12
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Objet : Re: O$ Mixed font sizes

Mark,

If you are talking about a company name I suspect you mean a companies logo?

Wouldn't it make sense taking a picture instead?

Best,

Andreas

Am 21.12.2011 um 13:37 schrieb Mark Watson:

> Thanks David, Mike and Wendy,
> You all responded what I suspected. This is for a company name. I can do
the
> task for a report, by concatenating several strings together, each
> containing portions of the company name, and each string having its own
> style / font size, and also display the complete name in a window using
the
> graph2 component.
> 
> Mark Watson
> 
> 
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> [mailto:omnisdev-en-bounces at lists.omnis-dev.com] De la part de
> Wizardcompserv at aol.com
> Envoyé : 21 décembre 2011 03:55
> À : omnisdev-en at lists.omnis-dev.com
> Objet : Re: O$ Mixed font sizes
> 
> Hi Mark
> 
> The simple answer is similar - I have changed the style I am sure the font

> size would be done the same way.
> 
> What I have done is to define the following
> 
> Library variable GV_BOLD (Character   2) =  con(chr(14),chr(2))
> Library variable GV_NORMAL (Character   2) =  con(chr(14),chr(1))
> Library variable GV_ITALIC (Character   2) =  con(chr(14),chr(3))
> Library variable GV_ITALIC_UNDERLINE  (Character   2) =
con(chr(14),chr(7))
> Library variable GV_UNDERLINE  (Character   2) = con(chr(14),chr(5))
> Library variable  GV_BOLD_UNDERLINE (Character   2) = con(chr(14),chr(6))
> Library  variable GV_BOLD_ITALIC (Character   2) =  con(chr(14),chr(4))
> Library variable GV_ALL_3 (Character   2) =  con(chr(14),chr(8))
> 
> The user then puts a special characters into the text
>  [b] for bold, [p] - normal, [u] upper case  etc
> 
> on printing these are translated into the characters above and the text is

> changed at printing time - works fine - the field on the print screen must

> be  the contents of the text field i.e [WTEXT]
> 
> I am sure the list above could be extended to font size.
> 
> HTH
> 
> Kind  Regards
> Wendy Osbaldestin
> Wizard Computer Services
> _www.wizardcompserv.co.uk_ (http://www.wizardcompserv.co.uk/) 
> Tel:  01260271647  
> 
> 
> In a message dated 20/12/2011 21:01:09 GMT Standard Time,  
> mark.watson at jurisconcept.ca writes:
> 
> Hi  list,
> Has anyone successfully had a single text field containing text  with
> multiple font sizes?
> 
> 
> Mark  Watson
> 
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