Font within a Note

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kthcls1976
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Font within a Note

Postby kthcls1976 » Sun May 24, 2015 11:56 am

Is there any way to change the font size within a Note. I understand I can change the font size of the scriptures and notes simultaneously. My question is can I change the font size of a Note independent of the scripture font size? If not, can that feature be added?

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Re: Font within a Note

Postby ToManyLetters » Sun May 24, 2015 1:11 pm

You have asked and I have answered this question before.

https://tech.lds.org/forum/viewtopic.ph ... 88#p138388
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Re: Font within a Note

Postby kthcls1976 » Sun May 24, 2015 1:28 pm

If you had read the question carefully you would have seen..."If not, can that feature be added?"

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Re: Font within a Note

Postby ToManyLetters » Sun May 24, 2015 2:15 pm

I've read both your original question and your re-asking of the question here. Yes, all of it. Yes, carefully. The answer is still the same. No, there's not a way to do it. No, there isn't likely to be, because that's simply not how text scaling is designed to function. As I stated in my original response, the size of the notes (and other inline objects) scales with the regular content text--hence why it is roughly the same size as the text surrounding it.

Like all feature requests, yours will be passed along to the developers, but please keep in mind that it is very unlikely that a feature like this will be added in the near future, if at all (we do not make any guarantees except concerning features that already exist on other platforms), especially with the more pressing features being worked on at present (Tabs, Tags, Links, Notebooks, the Annotations pane, etc.). Once we get the core features hammered out, little niceties like this will be more likely to be implemented and more fine tuning of the app will take place.

Just keep in mind that asking questions you have already asked, especially in new threads like this, is likely to draw the ire of the forum administrators or moderators--because this thread is a duplicate topic, it risks being deleted or merged into the other thread. I believe they have asked you to "not post the same material in multiple threads" before.
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Re: Font within a Note

Postby kthcls1976 » Sun May 24, 2015 2:23 pm

I'm new at this and have lots of questions. I don't know who else to ask. I'm sorry I rubbed you the wrong way.

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Re: Font within a Note

Postby ToManyLetters » Sun May 24, 2015 2:35 pm

It's fine to have questions--and fine to have follow-ups to those questions, but please be sure to follow the Code of Conduct here when doing so. I'm not a moderator or an administrator on these forums, just a member of the Gospel Library for Windows project--my warning is simply to alert you that those in charge here are quite good at enforcing the rules. Asking follow-up questions in the same thread not only makes it so answers don't need to be repeated, it makes it easier for everyone on here to follow the threads and look up relevant topics when they're preparing to make posts of their own. New topics, of course, warrant new threads. This just wasn't a new topic.
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Re: Font within a Note

Postby jdlessley » Sun May 24, 2015 4:04 pm

ToManyLetters said it appropriately in regards to the Code of Conduct and making duplicate posts. Nothing more to add as a moderator for now.
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