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Ben | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Feb 17 2011 6:29 AM | Locked

I've been exporting things to PDF this morning :)

A question or two, though.

Is the font size in the printed/exported document based on the default font size set in L4? Or the resource size, if it's set to magnify a bit further? Can one control the size of the text output?

When printing to pdf with normal margins, there's serious overlap at the bottom between text, bibliography and standard Logos printout.This is a screenshot of a pdf file from DDD. You can mess with the margin settings to create less overlap, but it's a (minor) problem.

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Martin Potter | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Feb 17 2011 8:01 AM | Locked

The font size of the printed/exported document is based on the resource text size, which defaults to the default text size if you haven't set a value for that particular resource. I have filed a bug for the overlapping of the text, citation and footer.

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