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From "seba.wagner@gmail.com" <seba.wag...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Changing a font style
Date Fri, 07 Dec 2012 06:40:28 GMT
the second option might be more user friendly.
However you have to be aware that you might need to re-calc the chat icon /
emoticons in the text.
Also the question is: Currently there is a gap of 2 spaces (or 4 spaces)
for each emoticons. You can configure that for each emoticon in the
emotes.xml file.
1 space roughly is 8 pixels. So 2 spaces are 16 pixels. Most of the
emoticons are 16 pixels in width/height.
If you change the font now to a way smaller or larger, this calculation
will no more work. You will either have to insert 3,4,5 spaces if the font
gets very small or only 1 space if the font gets very big.
Another possibility (actually the better one) would be if you would scale
the emoticon according to the font-size. This would  look much better the
number of spaces would fit. Also this will be much better as with smaller
and larger font-sizes the space between the lines (the line height) will
change. If the emoticons do not scale with the fontsize this will look very
ugly.
However you will need to build this emoticons scaling mechanism into the
chat emoticon calculation.

This is basically the main reason why there is no configurable font size =>
emoticons need to be re-calculated. And this can a bit time consuming to
test it out with each and every emoticons and test in different sizes.

Sebastian


2012/12/7 Артём Хоруженко <akhor666@gmail.com>

> Hello everybody!
>
> I'm interested with this issue:
> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OPENMEETINGS-228
>
> I see two ways of implementation:
> 1. The font set in room preferences for all chat messages by the
> administrator. Users couldn't change the font style (changing font
> style is already possible by adding html tags to message).
> 2. Add a panel with the font style near the smile button. Users could
> change the style of their message parts if the administrator allow to
> do it in the room preferences.
>
> What do you think about it?
>



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