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Highcharts x axis label text wrapping lost on setting label step
It's a bit of a hack, but you could replace each space in the name with <br /> by using the formatter: labels: { step: 1, formatter: function () { return this.value.replace(/ /g, '<br />'); } } It's not exactly what you want as it doesn't split the name according to the space available between ticks, but maybe you can improve the formatter to better suit your needs (splitting by a given n characters for example instead of by space). See it running here.

Categories : Highcharts

How to avoid text wrapping in a td with text and a right-floated label
You need to define a min-width property for your with the class nowrap, like so: td.nowrap { min-width: 129px; } The 129px value was calculated for your fiddle example. Since content inside the table might change, the best way (maybe not the "cleanest" one though) to do this is calculating the required min width of the td at page load and set the min-width value then. In your example Bootstrap makes the first 's width at 300px, so it's quite complex to calculate. I will try to get a jQuery example ready for you later today.

Categories : HTML

GWT - Label not wrapping text properly?
I actually don't think there's a good solution to this; either you only allow breaking at normal points (white spaces) or you can break inside words, but then there's no way to prevent breaking of short words with just CSS. The best suggestion I can give, since links are causing problems, is to shorten links somehow, maybe only display a finite number of characters; if the links are clickable, this shouldn't be a huge problem. Alternatively, you could set a fixed size for the labels or the cells (can still be in %) and use overflow-x to hide any bits of text poking out if there's a really long word that cannot be broken.

Categories : Java

How to change user control label.text from a form
I think you must have two instances of ModbusMaster. One of them is the one you can see on the display, and is NOT being updated. The other one is the one you create in class Form1 with the line of code: ModbusMaster mb = new ModbusMaster(); That is the one you are modifying, but it isn't the displayed one (I cannot see anywhere that you can be displaying that). What you need to do is use the reference to the actual displayed one instead when you call mb.openPort("wooooo"); [EDIT] Thinking about it - it's possible that you haven't instantiated another user control at all. Did you use Visual Studio's Form Designer to add the user control to your main form? I had assumed that you did, but now I realise that might not be the case. If not, you should do that, give it the name mb and

Categories : C#

How to get label's text by HTTP handler (.ashx) in repeater control
If you are not married to the idea of using an HTTP Handler, then I suggest making a method in your .aspx page's code-behind that does the same logic your handler is doing minus the content-type stuff, like this: protected string GetName(int pro_id) { return DBHelpername.name(pro_id); } Now in your markup you can use this method, like this: <asp:Label ID="Label1" runat="server" Text='<%# GetName((int)Eval("id")) %>'> </asp:Label>

Categories : Asp Net

Double-clicking .NET Label control copies its text to clipboard on Vista+?
It's not your code, it's a "feature" introduced in Windows Vista. In Windows Vista, a Windows Shell programmer checked in a change (with no spec/justification in the changelist) that changed the default label control to copy its text to the clipboard when double-clicked. This change typically doesn't impact C++ applications due to how they create/host the label control, but it impacts all VS.NET applications. I filed a bug against the (surprised) Framework team when I discovered this in the Win7 timeframe, but they were scared to fix the bug because it had been present for so long. Here's the duplicate Is there any way to disable the "double-click to copy" functionality of a .NET label?

Categories : C#

how to add picture box control and label control dynamically in list view control
Did you google around? There are lot of links that can help you http://geekswithblogs.net/dotNETvinz/archive/2009/04/24/faq-displaying-image-from-database-to-gridview-control.aspx http://weblogs.asp.net/aghausman/archive/2009/05/26/show-images-on-grid-view-from-file-stream.aspx http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/20782/Displaying-Images-from-a-Database-in-a-GridView http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/20971/Thumbnail-Images-in-GridView-using-C

Categories : Asp Net

Is there something wrong with wrapping
It's a bad idea to write invalid mark-up as per your example. The only element that should wrap a td is a tr. As it stands, your example won't break the click functionality, because the td tags will be discarded by the parser. However, if the example was inside a table and tr element, then the input and label elements would be moved to before the table, and therefore wouldn't be wrapping either the tds or the "stuff" text (which stay inside the table), so clicking on that text will have no effect.

Categories : HTML

Should i use Associatedcontrolid in label control to render label HTML tag?
The <label> element in html is a label for an <input> element. So the TextBox that is made as an <input> tag if it is associated with a asp:Label or ASPxLabel which is just an extention of the asp:Label will indicate to the .Net framework to translate it as a html <label> tag. In essence if you don't have a TextBox there is no point to translate the asp:Label to html tag. You had better add a new CSS class and format the span as you please if you don't want the TextBox. If you do want a TextBox, then you should add it to your ASPX file and assign to id the same ID attribute value with the AssociatedControlId value at your label.

Categories : C#

align checkbox with first line of label and prevent wrapping
Try this - <input style="vertical-align:top;" type="checkbox" id="check_1" name="check_1" value="" /> <label style="display:inline-block; width: 400px;" for="check_1">Lorem</label> Demo - jsFiddle

Categories : HTML

How do I control the wrapping of these
  • items?
  • Add overflow:hidden for your dd elements (that keeps them from flowing underneath the floated dt), and remove the margin for li:first-child: http://jsfiddle.net/CBroe/E3QW2/3/

    Categories : HTML

    How to disable tab wrapping in the Tab Control object
    Just change the ItemsPanel: <TabControl ....> <TabControl.ItemsPanel> <ItemsPanelTemplate> <StackPanel Orientation="Horizontal"/> </ItemsPanelTemplate> </TabControl.ItemsPanel> .... </TabControl> Edit: Just tested and it doesn't work. @SimonBelanger is right. Here is a copy of the Default Template of the TabControl, with a slight modification that changes the TabPanel to a Horizontal StackPanel: <TabControl> <TabControl.Template> <ControlTemplate TargetType="{x:Type TabControl}"> <Grid ClipToBounds="true" SnapsToDevicePixels="true" KeyboardNavigation.TabNavigation="Local"> <Grid.ColumnDefinitions> <ColumnD

    Categories : C#

    How to make a text in a label as url, to move to webpage / make a call by click on a text in a label
    It's pretty much all the same idea, all applications in iOS can be opened with using the format appShortName://whatyouwantToHandle, for websites its just http://myurl To make a call, it's tel: NSURL *phoneURL = [NSURL URLWithString:@"tel:+123456789"]; [[UIApplication sharedApplication] openURL:phoneURL]; To start composing an email, it's mailto:, and it supports GET parameters to fill-out the email. const NSString* mailFormat = @"mailto:%@?subject=%@&body=%@"; const NSString* mailEmails = @"person1@gmail.com,person2@gmail.com"; const NSString* mailBody = @"This is the mail body Hi!"); const NSString* mailSubject = @"This is the mail Subject!"; NSString *urlString = [NSString stringWithFormat:(NSString*)mailFormat,[mailEmails stringByAddingPercentEscapesUsingEncoding:NSUTF8S

    Categories : Iphone

    HTML - wrapping text around a floated div doesn't work if text is too short
    It appears to have been due to some whitespace chars around your text. I suggest some cleanup and validation. http://jsfiddle.net/isherwood/aPSqW/1/ <div class="pic"></div> T http://validator.w3.org/

    Categories : CSS

    css position label text in the true center (vertical and horizontal) without moving the label
    You can use line-height: 30px; to center a single line of text instead. The 30px needs to be the same value as the height of the element you wish to vertically center text in. Note: The fiddle has height:40px whereas the code in question has height:30px. Just choose the line-height to match the height. vertical-align would actually moving the entire <label> (and text) down but only applies to inline-level and table-cell elements. It is not applying in your case as the <label> is floated.

    Categories : HTML

    How can you drag and drop a list item to a label so it's the label's text in C#?
    Test for correct type and then grab it: private void posLB_DragDrop(object sender, DragEventArgs e) { if (e.Data.GetDataPresent(DataFormats.Text)) { String s = e.Data.GetData(DataFormats.Text) as String; if (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(s)) posLB.Text = s; } }

    Categories : C#

    If input box is empty show label, if there is text, hide label
    yes there is, use keyup() function.. $('#name').keyup(function(){ if($(this).val() == ''){ $(this).prev().show(); }else{ $(this).prev().hide(); } }); this is considering your label is always the previous element of textbox else you can use.. $('#name').keyup(function(){ if($(this).val() == ''){ $('label[for="name"]').show(); }else{ $('label[for="name"]').hide(); } }); this gets that particular label whose attribute for is name.

    Categories : Jquery

    allow user to tap label and then tap buttons to edit label.text?
    To know which UILabel has been touched add a tap gesture to each label which triggers an action. In that actions store which label has been touched in e.g. a property. For the buttons, just connect them to action methods (could also be a single one), inside these methods do your calculation and updated the label indicated by the property described above.

    Categories : IOS

    How to get the "text-justify:kashida" css property effect on to the arabic text excluding IE browsers
    The text-justify property was implemented in IE, and it is not part of any completed CSS specification. It exists in the Working Draft CSS Text Module Level 3, but even there, it is marked as being at risk: “The following features are at risk and may be cut from the spec during its CR period if there are no (correct) implementations: [...] the ‘text-justify’ property, particularly its ‘kashida’ value”. From the authoring perspective, the best you can do is to hope that other browsers will catch up. The styling requested is relatively complicated and probably not anything you can imitate with JavaScript in the same sense as you can “polyfill” CSS properties

    Categories : HTML

    issues when wrapping text around rotated text
    I have a solution fou you but its not 100% clean. In my opinion its just not allowed to use negative margin but I can't find another solution. And furthermore you have do define height and width of the element... You have to place the rotaded <span> element into anothe <div>. Then you can position the <div> properly and the text is floating around it. Here the code: HTML: <div class="infoPanel"> <span class="infoPanelVertical"> <div class="spanwrapper"> <span class="infoNumberVertical">148 TEAMS</span> </div> your text here... </span> </div> CSS: .spanwrapper { float: left; height: 157px; position: relative; width: 48px; } .infoNumberVertical { background-co

    Categories : HTML

    I need help wrapping text around a div
    Try this: <div style="float: right; width: 0px; height: 100px"></div> <div style="float: right; clear: right"><iframe src="//e.infogr.am/-1684823382_1377121261" width="250" height="500" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" float="right"></iframe></div> text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text

    Categories : HTML

    Text wrapping around a div
    You just need to work with float property. HTML: <div> <img src="http://www.igta5.com/images/trailer-2-gtav-logo.jpg" alt="GTA V" /> <p> Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged. It was popularised in the 1960s with the release of Letraset sheets containing Lorem Ipsum passages, and more recently with desktop publishing software like Aldus PageMaker including versions of Lorem Ipsum. Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the prin

    Categories : CSS

    CSS text wrapping for IE6+
    <div class="name_value"> <div class="name">Name</div> <div class="value">Extremely big text</div> <div class="clearfix"></div> </div> <style type="text/css"> .name_value { position: relative; } .name { float: left; display: inline; width: 50%} .value { float: right; display: inline; width: 50%; } .clearfix { clear: both; } </style>

    Categories : HTML

    CSS menu text wrapping
    It is not completely clear what you are asking, but I think this may be the solution you are looking for: Simply add display: inline-block; to your ul#ddmenu, ul#ddmenu ul.ddsubmenu properties, as I've done here. HTML: This is some text with an <ul id="ddmenu"> <li> <a href="#">option link</a> <ul class="ddsubmenu"> <li> <div id="ddmenudiv">and a second</div> </li> </ul> </li> </ul> CSS: ul#ddmenu, ul#ddmenu ul.ddsubmenu { padding:0; margin: 0; display: inline-block; } ul#ddmenu li, ul#ddmenu ul.ddsubmenu li { list-style-type: none; display: inline-block; } /*Link Appearance*/ ul#ddmenu li a,

    Categories : CSS

    Text isn't wrapping underneath of itself
    .description { overflow:hidden; } jsFiddled here http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/visufx.html#propdef-overflow hidden : This value indicates that the content is clipped ...

    Categories : HTML

    WindowsFormsHost - Text Wrapping and Cut Off
    After reading the two posts that I linked to above, I was able to fix my issue by changing the FontFamily and FontSize. Now the font won't match all the other controls in my WPF Window, but the text doesn't wrap and get cut off. <WindowsFormsHost FontFamily="Microsoft Sans Serif" FontSize="11" x:Name="MyHost" Margin="0,0,0,20" /> The key changes are FontFamily="Microsoft Sans Serif" FontSize="11" Text renders differently on WPF window and inside ElementHost

    Categories : Dotnet

    Text in a UILabel isn't wrapping
    You need to set numberOfLines for the UILabel to either 0 or whatever number of lines you want it to be. Setting it to 0 will automatically choose the number of lines based on the length of the text. The default is 1. Edit: I just checked and in IB, the property is just called Lines.

    Categories : IOS

    Wrapping text during print Python
    Use textwrap.fill() instead, it joins the lines with newline characters: print(item.name, ":", textwrap.fill(item.description), " Value :", item.value) textwrap.wrap() returns a list of wrapped lines.

    Categories : Python

    Wrapping a text around an image in a Canvas
    You can wrap text around an image (rectangle) using canvas transforms (translate+rotate) For example, this is how you rotate the canvas and draw text down the right side of your image: // save the untransformed state of the context ctx.save(); // translate to the top-right corner of the image // ( x/y properties have been added to the standard img element ) ctx.translate(image.x+image.width,image.y); // rotate the canvas 90 degrees (PI/2 radians) ctx.rotate(Math.PI/2); // the canvas is now properly moved and rotated // so we can just draw the text at [0,0] ctx.fillText(subtext,0,0); // restore the context to its untransformed state ctx.restore(); This calculates how many words fit on a side using context.measureText: var end=0; var subtext=""; while(ctx.measureText(text.split(

    Categories : HTML

    text wrapping around image in android
    You can get that text flow by apply the bellow code in XML : <RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:id="@+id/RelativeLayout01" android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" > <TextView android:id="@+id/tv1" android:layout_width="200dp" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_alignBottom="@+id/image" android:layout_alignParentRight="true" android:layout_alignTop="@+id/image" android:text="@string/text_one" android:textSize="20sp" /> <ImageView android:id="@+id/image" android:layout_width="100dp" android:layout_height="100dp" android:layout_alignParentLeft="true" android:layout_alignParentTop="true" android:background="@drawable/ic_launcher" /> <TextView andr

    Categories : Android

    Wrapping Text In WebGrid Columns
    You use CSS to manage this kind of thing. The WebGrid renders an HTML table so you can declare styles for tables and they will be adopted when the grid renders. There are also some CSS hooks built in to the WebGrid. You can specify the CSS class that the individual table uses through the tableStyle parameter: grid.GetHtml(tableStyle: "myStyle") Or you can apply styles at column level: grid.GetHtml( columns: grid.Columns( grid.Column(("ID"), grid.Column("MyText", style: "wordwrap") ) ) I've written about the WebGrid in detail here: http://www.mikesdotnetting.com/Article/154/Looking-At-The-WebMatrix-WebGrid To get words to wrap using CSS, you need a combination of table-layout: fixed on the table and word-wrap:break-word on the table cell. See here for exampl

    Categories : CSS

    How to CSS style a div to look like a GUI control box with a label?
    Don't use a div. HTML has <fieldset> and <legend> which are designed for this usecase and render like that by default. <fieldset> <legend>Motor 1 Log</legend> <label>Movements <input></label> <label>Over-Currents <input></label> <label>Amphous <input></label> </fieldset>

    Categories : CSS

    Android drawText including text wrapping
    You should handle it yourself, calculating the text size and wrapping the content in some way (break line at max width or wrap last word). I already did it on Java SE with the FontMetrics, never for Android; but you should take a look: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/graphics/Paint.FontMetrics.html As pointed by Lisa, StaticLayout is the way to go to measure text wrapping.

    Categories : Android

    Windows Phone - RichTextBox text wrapping
    What data are you trying to show? Is this HTML? Give me an example of news data. Update: what you need is: public class NewsItem { public string ImageUri { get; set; } public IEnumerable<string> Paragraphs { get; set; } } <DataTemplate x:Key="newsTemplate"> <Grid Height="105" Width="441"> <Grid.ColumnDefinitions> <ColumnDefinition Width="97*"/> <ColumnDefinition Width="344*"/> </Grid.ColumnDefinitions> <Image Grid.ColumnSpan="2" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Height="100" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="100"/> <ListBox Grid.Column="1" ItemsSource="{Binding Paragraphs}"></ListBox>

    Categories : C#

    Android TextView not wrapping it's text correctly
    If I understood it correctly it is more a matter of text-formatting. If you want "-" and "$" to be on the same row, set the text as textView.setText("Hello stackoverflow. This text does not wrap well -$999,999,999."). The " " is interpreted as a new line

    Categories : Android

    Wrapping Text That Isn't Inside an Anchor Tag With Nokogiri
    The text() Xpath selector can be used to match text like this too: Using XPath, How do I select a node based on its text content and value of an attribute? doc.xpath("//p//text()='example'") But i don't think this would work: doc.search("div.some-class text()='example'").wrap('<span class="something"></span>')

    Categories : HTML

    Responsive div - text wrapping div. Can this be stacked when minimized?
    Just remove the float in the media query CSS. :) @media (max-width: 320px) { .containerright { float: right; /* remove the float on the mobile media query */ margin: 5px 5px 5px 10px; position:relative; } } jsFiddle example here.. resize the screen to see what it would look like on a mobile < 320px. Alternatively, you could just override it in the media query.. @media (max-width: 320px) { .containerright { float:none; } }

    Categories : CSS

    text-wrapping program in c does not work correctly
    You're never checking the value of i, yet it is indexing into your string array in the wrap function. Here is where the i value grows into the 1000's on my machine before crashing. I would recommend putting it on a debugger, simplifying your code, or at least check the variable that indexes into your string buffer to ensure it is not past the end of the buffer. HTH! EDIT Since you asked, I'll show you how I debugged this, just a little, on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. From the shell, file called sotest.c # use the -g for debug info gcc -g sotest.c -o sotest # invoke the gnu debugger gdb sotest You'll see: GNU gdb (Ubuntu/Linaro 7.4-2012.04-0ubuntu2.1) 7.4-2012.04 Copyright (C) 2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc. License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.h

    Categories : C

    Float text against image without wrapping underneath
    Try setting overflow: auto to the paragraph: .textChunk p { overflow: auto; } This causes a new block formatting context to be created and the left edge of the block will not go beyond the edge of the float (that is, wrap around). See demo at: http://jsfiddle.net/audetwebdesign/tPC4z/

    Categories : HTML

    Preventing text-wrapping inside JavaDoc
    The <nobr>-tag is not standard html, so the following is probably "bad style", but it works: /** * [... blah blah ...] It will then call the <nobr><code>onFile...()</code> * </nobr>-methods on the provided event handler to report any changes. * [... blah blah ...] */ It will force the displayed text to instead wrap earlier: ............................... It will then call the onFile...()-methods on the provided event handler to report any changes. Now, I only wish I could define my own "macro-tag", such that I can use <nbc> ... </nbc> instead of <nobr><code> ... </code></nobr>.

    Categories : Java



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