MicroStation CONNECT 10.14.02.01
As you can see from the image below, I have set a background border around my text style and this works perfect if the text is just in a single line/row. The moment i add more text on the next row, the borders double in each row of text which does not meet my intention. I want a single border for ALL rows within the text.
I would really appreciate if anyone show me a text background border settings i can tweak to achieve this.
I submitted this idea only 3 years ago - to no avail yet (a slug moves faster than bentley in such a case):
Answer Verified By: Henry Eduvie
Henry Eduvie said:this works perfect if the text is just in a single line/row. The moment i add more text on the next row, the borders double in each row of text
The text background rectangle applies to a single text element. When you add more text, you create a text node element.
The Idea that f.mandoki proposes would draw a rectangle around all the text in a text node element. Vote for that Idea!
Regards, Jon Summers LA Solutions
Hi guys......thanks for your suggestions. I will give it a shot
Interesting side fact:
if you want to place a line from the center of either border you can't use the center or keypoint to snap - you have to use "nearest" for all corners and centers.
OK. Noted.Thank you very much