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Papyrus User Guide/Toolbars/TextAlignment

Text Alignment

Introduction

Papyrus allows text alignment on external label, that means that when you're editing text, it will be moved on the selected side. You can align text to the left, to the center or to the right.

Example of text alignment to the right:

  • Before a rename of the label

TextAlignmentBefore.png

  • After a rename of the label

TextAlignmentAfter.png

There is two ways to align text: with the existing button or thanks CSS:

Apply text alignment with button

To apply text alignment you can use button. There are available in tree places:

  • In the papyrus menu

TextAlignmentButton01.png


  • In the toolbar

TextAlignmentButton02.png


  • In the contextual menu

TextAlignmentButton03.png

Apply text alignment with CSS

Text alignment can be defined through the CSS attributes "textAlignment" :

Example for Label of Port aligned to the right:

Port > Label {
   textAlignment:"right";
   }


Note: Text alignment of port's label is forced according to the position of its parent when it is constrained.

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