Roxen.git / server / modules / graphics / graphic_text.pike

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Roxen.git/server/modules/graphics/graphic_text.pike:1:   // This is a roxen module. Copyright © 1996 - 2000, Roxen IS.   //    - constant cvs_version="$Id: graphic_text.pike,v 1.253 2000/10/02 01:14:27 nilsson Exp $"; + constant cvs_version="$Id: graphic_text.pike,v 1.254 2000/10/13 13:32:21 kuntri Exp $";      #include <module.h>   inherit "module";         // ------------------- Module registration ---------------------      constant module_type = MODULE_TAG;   constant module_name = "Graphic text";   constant module_doc =
Roxen.git/server/modules/graphics/graphic_text.pike:361:   <attr name=ysize value=number>    Sets the height.   </attr>      <attr name=yspacing value=number>    Sets the vertical spacing.   </attr>";         constant tagdoc=([ - "anfang":#"<desc cont></desc> - <ex type=vert><anfang crop=\"\">This is a beginning<br /> + "anfang":#"<desc cont><short> +  +  Creates an anfang in the beginning of a text.</short> This tag takes +  the same attributes as <tag>gtext</tag> does. +  +  <ex type=vert> +  <anfang crop=\"\">This is a beginning<br />    of a very short text,<br /> - and here it ends.</ex> +  and here it ends. +  </anfang> +  </ex> + </desc>   <noex>"+gtextargs+"</noex>",      "gh":#"<desc cont><short>Creates a graphical header.</short> The header    operates in the same manner as the <ref type='tag'><tag>gtext    /</tag></ref> tag. <ref type='tag'><tag>gh /</tag></ref> is    eqvivalent to the <tag>h1 /</tag> through <tag>h6 /</tag> tags used    in HTML. There are 6 different sizes of headers to choose from; <ref    type='tag'><tag>gh1 /</tag></ref> through <ref type='tag'><tag>gh6    /</tag></ref>.   </desc>
Roxen.git/server/modules/graphics/graphic_text.pike:442:    <ex type=vert>   <gtext fgcolor=\"blue\" magic-glow=\"yellow\" magic=\"\">Magic attribute</gtext>    </ex>   </attr>      <attr name=noxml>    Do not terminate the image tag with \"/\".   </attr>      <attr name=split> -  <gtext scale=0.4 split>Make each word into a separate gif image. +  <gtext scale='0.4' split='split'>Make each word into a separate gif image.    Useful if you are writing a large text, and word wrap at the edges of    the display is desired. This text is an example (try resisizing your    browser window, the images should move just like normal text    would)</gtext>       <p>This will allow the browser to word-wrap the text, but will disable certain attributes like magic.</p>       <ex type=vert>   <gtext scale=\"0.4\" split=\"\">Make each word..</gtext>    </ex>