Message from discussion why cant I do a :at=> along with inline_formatting?
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Subject: Re: why cant I do a :at=> along with inline_formatting?
From: rubes <rubes...@comcast.net>
To: Prawn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Although your syntax is something I'm not familiar with (only been
working in 1.8.7 ruby), your example worked (once converted).
However, I use font sizing and coloring extensively within the text
(as a percentage) and it seems <font> is not supported in the
inline_format. This is again a deal killer for me as I dont have
months of my life coming up with an alternate solution just to
upgrade. Also doesn't seem like :inline_format supports a ' '
I'm looking for :inline_format to support <font> and I need the text
writing to write :at=3D>
Is there any hope? I just want what I had 3 years ago.
On Jun 5, 9:00=A0pm, Brad Ediger <brad.edi...@madriska.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 11:29 PM, rubes <rubes...@comcast.net> wrote:
> > I've been waiting since 0.6.3 for an upgrade that really gives me what
> > I got from prawn-format. =A0 Thats almost 3 years now. =A0 I need :at=
> > work with :inline_formatand have 10s of complicated documents I build
> > using prawn-format back in the day.
> > What is left is support inline formatting with anything that
> > supports :at=3D>. =A0 I tried with 1.0.0.rc1 and text_box
> > but :inline_format=3D>true doesn't seem to work. =A0 I spent many a nig=
> > switching to draw_text but I see I cant do inline_formatting there
> > either. =A0:(
> This works for me against master:
> =A0 =A0 text_box "hello <b>world</b>!", at: [100, 100],inline_format: tru=