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Last Updated: Wednesday July 18 2012 - 06:07:21

text wrap with Mac

Poster: tshelby32
Dated: Wednesday October 9 2002 - 2:41:43 BST

Need a little advice here...

My menu (version 3.3.19) is working fine on my PC (IE6 and N7.0) but the text wraps on the top level menu bar on my mac (OS9.2).

I have tried hardcoding spaces but with no change.

Any suggestions?

Poster: John
Dated: Wednesday October 9 2002 - 14:46:16 BST

Do you want it to wrap or not? It's unclear to me. If so, use <br> where needed rather than spaces. If not maybe you need to size your text down a bit. Also keep in mind PeeCees and Macs display things differently. Is the screen res on your test machines set the same (even if so, things will still be a bit different)?

And, as always, it's best to keep up with the current versions of the software. 3.5.05 is current, which puts you quite a bit back.

Poster: tshelby32
Dated: Wednesday October 9 2002 - 23:59:23 BST


Thank you...I did NOT want it to wrap. I think updating to the latest version has solved my problem.

Thanks again..

Word Wrapping on MAC

Poster: whiskey3
Dated: Friday July 18 2003 - 20:51:41 BST

I read your post and I get the same thing?
I got my version from dynamic drive.... ... /index.htm

Is this an old version?

Will the new version fix this.....


Poster: kevin3442
Dated: Saturday July 19 2003 - 12:03:27 BST

Dynamicdrive's version is 3.3.19... very old. You can get the latest release of version 3 (v3.5.15) here. Or, if you're just starting, you might want to download version 5-RC3 and give that a try.

In general, if you find that the menu text is wrapping and you don't want it to, then try widening your menu a bit and use &nbsp; (nonbreaking spaces) instead of spaces.

Hope that helps,