Tsar Hoikas wrote:Anyway, you're looking for
<font face=Arial style=bi>
Ah, yes, that's the ticket! Got it working.
Would you happen to know whether something like style=u would work for underline? That or possibly strike-out? (assuming you had a font with underlined or strike-out versions -- something none of Uru's fonts come with out-of-the-box).
I'll have to see if I can set up a .p2f file to actually test that out. That or search through the source code.
Useful: using quotes with the style attribute <font style=""> can be used to 'turn off' the styling.
Limitation: this can't be used to style an isolated word in a line the way I can do here on the forum in BBC code by making a particular
word bold by wrapping it in [ b ] or [ i ] tags.
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<font style=b>First styled<font style=""> and <font style=b>second styled<font style=""> then the rest of the line.
The desired result should be something along these lines:First styled
and second styled
then the rest of the line.
Instead this happens:
They do get styled differently, but they are drawn on top of each other (at least in PoTS).
Maybe there is some other way to terminate the styling, or a way to get around this? I don't know.
Pity about that, since being able to add emphasis to a particular word or phrase in this way is a nice way to inject a bit more storytelling or emotion into a journal.