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Cursor  Auto insert a gap between image and location desc

Issue Type: Status: Priority: Date Submitted: Votes:
Enhancement New High Thu 17th May 2018 2 votes Vote Up Vote Down
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DazaKiwiThu 17th May 2018 05:54
If you use the graphics tab method to add an image for a location to be displayed in text window of game, the location description is started to the right of the image on same line. It looks very out of place and an eye sore.

The work around is to use the <img src="filename or url"> method. However new users might not be aware of this and sometimes this line disappears and you have to redo it for some reason. This method does take a little more time because you have to have the path copied over by going into properties of image file etc. It would be so much quicker to use the built in image add feature, but if it could be tweaked to add 2 lines or something as a buffer so any text wont be directly to right of image or directly underneath it.

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