Documentation - <line>

A line element describes the actual text to overlay visually on top of the screen. Any number of <line> elements may be used within one <text> element.

Parameters

  • text - The actual text to display.
  • hyperlink (optional) - Whether or not to underline the text when the user places the mouse pointer over the text. Valid values are "true" and "false". Defaults to "false".
  • font (optional) - The name of the font to use in rendering the text. Valid values resulting in the use of different fonts are: none (no font param provided), 'trebuchet', 'serif', and 'custom'. Note that in order to use a custom font, you must be using the 'Pro' version and contact us directly. This is necessary because we must manually compile your custom font into the flash gallery itself.
  • fontsize (optional) - The size of font to use in rendering the text, measured in points. (e.g. "12")
  • fontstyle (optional) - The style of font to use in rendering the text. Valid values are "plain", "bold", "italic", and "bolditalic".
  • fontcolor (optional) - The color of font to use in rendering the text. The color can be provided by name (e.g. "red", "orange", etc) or by its
    hexadecimal value (e.g. "#fefefe")
  • shadowcolor (optional)* - The color of shadow to use in rendering the text. The color can be provided by name (e.g. "red", "orange", etc) or by its
    hexadecimal value (e.g. "#fefefe"). Omitting this parameter yields shadow-less text.

Examples:

<line text="All your base"/>

<line text="are belong to us!" hyperlink="true" font="trebuchet" fontsize="6" fontstyle="bolditalic" fontcolor="#67a6f2" shadowcolor="#ffa6f2"/>

Children

None.

*Pro version only