Specifying multiple condensing processes when text overflows
Specifies how to condense the overflowed text into the area by -ah-overflow-condense. Possible values are font-size, font-stretch, line-height and letter-spacing. You can specify multiple condensing processes such as -ah-overflow: font-size font-stretch. Usually you will often use -ah-overflow-condense-limit-font-size or -ah-overflow-condense-limit-font-stretch etc. in combination with the setting of the lower limit of each value. When condensing text with multiple values, if the overflow is not resolved by the first specified condensing process, then the next specified condensing process is attempted. The setting of multiple condensing processes is available from AH Formatter V7.1.
In this sample, multiple condensing processes with -ah-overflow-condense: font-size font-stretch; and the lower limit value with -ah-overflow-condense-limit-font-size: 10pt; are specified. If the first ‘font-size’ condensing does not resolve the overflow even with the lower limit of 10pt, then the condensing by ‘font-stretch’ will be attempted.
If the number of characters is small and does not overflow, the specified font size will be used.
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When text overflows from the area, it is condensed so that it does not exceed the lower limit specified by -ah-overflow-condense-limit-font-size.
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If text overflows even with the lower limit specified by -ah-overflow-condense-limit-font-size, -ah-overflow-condense: font-size font-stretch will further condense it.
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