Jaws wrote:Align Left, Center, Align Right, Justify.
Justify will automatically kern your text to the text box.
Guest wrote:I am using Inkscape 0.46 under Windows XP. When I draw a text field and insert some text, there is no automatic font kerning perceivable. Is this a bug? Manual kerning does well, but is too much time-consuming.
nick_h wrote:For me the answer is LaTeX, but I can't get the LaTeX plugin working in Inkscape
Boris wrote:there is no automatic font kerning perceivable.
Slow Dog wrote:There's some kerning going on. In my test of everybody's favourite word "foo", using "Times New Roman", the rightmost part of the "f" is over the first "o". I get almost identical results in Inkscape, Gimp, and MS Word.
Slow Dog wrote:General web searching happened to find an Inkscape Bug Report on the subject (https://bugs.launchpad.net/inkscape/+bug/219864) that no-one's looking at.
Slow Dog wrote:Perhaps it all works under Linux, while the Windows version default behaviour is like that of Word, but without the "Turn it on for capitals" switch.
prkos wrote:Can someone please try the development version on windows and other OSes too?
microUgly wrote:Is this perhaps an SVG thing? How do other SVG viewers display that same content?
Slow Dog wrote:/Edit Hmm. Svg tags don't do what I expected.
microUgly wrote:Slow Dog wrote:/Edit Hmm. Svg tags don't do what I expected.
Strange. Displays ok in Opera but not FF. I'll check that out.
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