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    Hi, I seem to be unable to change the line height of a two line navigation button.
    I have tried adding a 'line-height' attribute in the css code but the NOF system seems to ignore this.
    The 'line-height' attribute in the css property sheet under 'text' is disabled by default.

    The two line nav button problem can be seen here:
    http://www.audiografix.co.uk/test/hg2/

    Any ideas? It seems that the NOF system renders the button before publishing!

    Steve.
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    what is the font you use for the NAV buttons? I tested here but can't find a font that exhibits your issue

    see attached what it looks like here
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    Quote Originally Posted by antonsvideo View Post
    what is the font you use for the NAV buttons? I tested here but can't find a font that exhibits your issue

    see attached what it looks like here
    Hi antonsvideo, the font I am using is 'UNCONFORM.TTF'... attached.UNCON___.zip

    Steve.

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    I can confirm the issue with your font (maybe a font issue), can you use a similar looking font?

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    Well it's the font supplied by my client, but I could ask the question.
    I'm guessing you had the same results?
    Is there a way of changing the line height or is it as I suspect a rendering issue?

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    there is no way to change line height, I tested the font in Word and it looks fine there, so maybe a Nof issue of not being able to handle certain fonts? also, I would not use that font for the text in the site unless that font is a certified webfont?

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    Hmm, ok thanks Anton, really appreciate your input.
    Ageing Webman and Manufacturer/Designer of LIBRIUM Games! http://www.libriumgames.co.uk/

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