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Text in Custom Organs

Postby awhite » Fri Feb 18, 2011 4:27 am

Is it possible to force a new line in the text on the contols (stops etc.) in a Custom Display?
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Re: Text in Custom Organs

Postby Martin_Dümig » Fri Feb 18, 2011 5:22 am

Hello awhite,

you could insert a linebreak (Example taken from ExampleCustomOrgan2) - see <CustomDisplay1_Text>:

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    <stop>
      <StopCode>2205</StopCode>
      <Name>Stop: Sw: Mixture III</Name>
      <DisplayName>MIXTURE III</DisplayName>
      <DefaultToEngaged>N</DefaultToEngaged>
      <SwitchIsLatching>Y</SwitchIsLatching>
      <StoreInDivisionalCombinations>Y</StoreInDivisionalCombinations>
      <StoreInGeneralCombinations>Y</StoreInGeneralCombinations>
      <AccessibleForMIDIInputAndOutput>Y</AccessibleForMIDIInputAndOutput>
      <OverrideSourceDivisionToSpecifiedDivisionCode></OverrideSourceDivisionToSpecifiedDivisionCode>
      <StopCodeFromWhichToCopyState></StopCodeFromWhichToCopyState>
      <PercussiveEngagingSoundEffect_RankID>21</PercussiveEngagingSoundEffect_RankID>
      <PercussiveEngagingSoundEffect_MIDINoteNumber>0</PercussiveEngagingSoundEffect_MIDINoteNumber>
      <PercussiveDisengagingSoundEffect_RankID>21</PercussiveDisengagingSoundEffect_RankID>
      <PercussiveDisengagingSoundEffect_MIDINoteNumber>0</PercussiveDisengagingSoundEffect_MIDINoteNumber>
      <SustainingSoundEffect_RankID></SustainingSoundEffect_RankID>
      <SustainingSoundEffect_MIDINoteNumber>0</SustainingSoundEffect_MIDINoteNumber>
      <CustomDisplay1_DisplayPageID>1</CustomDisplay1_DisplayPageID>
      <CustomDisplay1_Text>MIXTURE
III</CustomDisplay1_Text>
      <CustomDisplay1_ControlStyleID>7</CustomDisplay1_ControlStyleID>
      <CustomDisplay1_PosPixels_X>79</CustomDisplay1_PosPixels_X>
      <CustomDisplay1_PosPixels_Y>157</CustomDisplay1_PosPixels_Y>
      <CustomDisplay2_DisplayPageID></CustomDisplay2_DisplayPageID>
      <CustomDisplay2_Text></CustomDisplay2_Text>
      <CustomDisplay2_ControlStyleID></CustomDisplay2_ControlStyleID>
      <CustomDisplay2_PosPixels_X>0</CustomDisplay2_PosPixels_X>
      <CustomDisplay2_PosPixels_Y>0</CustomDisplay2_PosPixels_Y>
    </stop>
   


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Re: Text in Custom Organs

Postby awhite » Fri Feb 18, 2011 6:00 am

Hello Martin,

Thanks for the tip. I didn't think it would be that easy!
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Re: Text in Custom Organs

Postby mdyde » Fri Feb 18, 2011 6:49 am

(Topic moved here.)
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