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iamdok says

Nope Saafi, no AutoKern.

I’ll have a look myself in the in forum history, thanks.

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CodingJack says
CJ , I’m not using an image in the html textfield, text only.

I can’t recall ever having this error without an image. And I just tried to reproduce it without an image and wasn’t able to. Could you post some sample HTML that produces the error?

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MSFX Moderator says
I’ll have a look myself in the in forum history, thanks.

I have a feeling it was something to do with using device fonts… might be wrong though.

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Chuckanucka says

I think i fixed this by using device fonts & verdana instead of Arial. Playing with custom alias also sometimes helps.

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MSFX Moderator says

here is the thread mentioned previously, has a couple of tips…

http://activeden.net/forums/thread/html-text-render-problem/16846

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iamdok says

Sweet,

MSFX thanks for that thread link, the solution with the height variable of the textfield worked a treat from me.

I’ve recorded the height of the autosized textfield in a variable, then removed the autosizing and reassigned the height to the textfield afterwards as explained in that thread. Absolutely no probelms now. No need for antialiasing or deice fonts either. Perfect.

btw. It would be nice if there was a way to collect all of these little tips in a repository on Envato somewhere. Because its impossible to find anything in the forums using the search.

Thanks to all you guys who took the time to comment. I appreciate it. :)

Donagh.

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MSFX Moderator says

^ no probs :)

I’d bookmarked the thread but hadn’t tagged it :( lol

We defo could do with a developers corner where we could add all these tips…

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