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How to add texts to the button (Texts Tab) 
As you can see on the image below, you have the possibility to enter at the same time up to 9 different texts over the button surface, each with its own fonts, settings and colors. 
 
Click over the image below in order to be taken to every available setting explanation: 
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Item name
Description
 
 
 
 
Available texts
The set of nine available texts that can be displayed over the button surface: clicking one of these buttons will load the settings associated to the selected text that, from now on, will be affected by any change made. 
Each of these texts can be modified using the following settings: 
 
Item name
Description
 
 
 
 
Align
The text alignment (Left, Center and Right).
 
Text
The text that will appear over the button: it can be multi-line (press the Enter key each time you need to create a new line of text).
 
Offset X
Offset from the default horizontal position
 
Offset Y
Offset from the default vertical position
 
Effect
Enhancement special effect applied to text
 
Factor
Enhancement special effect factor
 
Double space
Applies/removes double space
 
Antialias
Applies/removes anti-aliasing to text borders
 
Transparency
Applies alpha channel transparency to text.
 
Rotation angle
Text rotation angle
 
Normal Color (Up)
Text color when the button is in Normal state.
 
Mouse over Color
Text color when the mouse is over the button surface: if this color is left "undefined" the Normal Color will be used. 
The "undefined" state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the "undefined" state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
Pressed Color (Down)
Text color when the button is in Pressed state: if this color is left "undefined" the Normal Color will be used. 
The "undefined" state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the "undefined" state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
Disabled Color (all)
Text color when the button is in Disabled state: this property applies to all the visible texts at the same time.
 
Highlight effect color
Color of the highlighted text portion (available when a special effect is applied): if this color is left "undefined" the color will be calculated automatically. 
The "undefined" state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the "undefined" state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
Shadow effect color
Color of the shadowed text portion (available when a special effect is applied): if this color is left "undefined" the color will be calculated automatically. 
The "undefined" state is represented with the  symbol inside the color box. Once the color has been defined, it can be reset back to the "undefined" state by double-clicking the relative color box (not the "..." button).
 
Halo effect color
Color used to create a Halo special effect.
 
Solid background
Applies/removes a solid background under the text position
 
Background border
Applies/removes a line border around the text position
 
Background shadow
Applies/removes a shadow to the text solid background, if any
The Caption text has a further feature for a better control of text positioning. 
 
Item name
Description
 
 
 
 
Wordwrap %
Constrains the button surface percentage that will contain the text.
 
Fonts related settings are the following: 
 
Item name
Description
 
 
 
 
Font
The font name (also known as typeface or facename): only TrueType (marked with the symbol) and OpenType (marked with the symbol) fonts are supported.
 
Size
The height of the button expressed in points
 
B Bold checkbox
Sets/resets the bold attribute
 
I Italic checkbox
Sets/resets the italic attribute
 
U Underline checkbox
Sets/resets the underline attribute
 
S Strikethrough checkbox
Sets/resets the strikethrough attribute
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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