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    While waiting for my hardware to arrive, I've been playing with a ViSi-Genie project. I plan to have a few buttons and a window that I send text to, like a terminal window. It looked like my best option is a strings object in book mode, but the 3 lines of text overwrite each other. Doesn't matter what font size I select. Will the real hardware behave the same way? What can I do to fix this? Click image for larger version

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  • #2
    Hi,

    On the actual display the string newline will work correctly. Just to confirm are you only using one string object?
    You can also learn more about the string object in ViSi-Genie from our application note https://docs.4dsystems.com.au/app-note/4D-AN-00013

    I hope this helps,
    Best Regards
    Last edited by Jerson; 13 August 2020, 10:15 AM.

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    • #3
      Was your example above just a single String Object in Book mode, and you have 3 lines?
      We have tested this here and ours do no overlap at all like your image shows. This is only a single String object, correct?
      Can you maybe attach your project (zipped) so we can have a closer look as to how you are getting what you are seeing in your picture?
      James

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      • #4
        The string element is book mode, with a single string of text. This text has linefeeds in it to create multiple lines. I'll attach the zip file.
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        • #5
          ​Hi,

          We were able to replicate your issue, the Magwidth and Magheight of the Label object is being carried over to the String object.
          I also confirmed that it will not affect the GUI in the hardware once uploaded as shown below.

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          Best Regards,

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          • #6
            So that's an error in your IDE, but the hardware will work ok?

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            • #7
              Yes, it works fine as shown in the attached image on my previous post.

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