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Revision as of 12:17, 24 September 2019

In this tutorial, an internal text editor is used to compose and format a text file, to play in MXWendler without the use of any external application.

Opening the Rich Text Editor

1. Open the Preload Preview by clicking on one of the preload boxes. (A)

2. Select "New Richtext" in the media menu. (B)

A Text Editor should be opening.

3. Create or paste and edit the desired text. (C)

4. When ready, click Apply at the bottom of the text editor. (D)

5. The text is loaded and ready to be played. Close the Preload Preview and play the preload.

The text is now in play in the Output Window and can be handled as any other media content on MXWendler.
It can be edited in every moment by opening the Preload Preview and clicking on Edit Richtext.

Tip: A big text made with the RTF Editor requires performance. A text that is bigger as 4k will require a strong hardware.
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