Set a Label to have normal and italic font

asked 2010-03-24 03:09:34 +0800

yunchang83 gravatar image yunchang83

Hi, i am quite puzzled on whether one label can have italic and normal font style together? i know this is not possible even in conventional controls. was just wondering whether zk does provide this kind of functionality? say label B is "ABC DEF"? or do i have to create 2 controls separately just to show one is italic style and the other normal style?

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answered 2010-03-24 09:24:17 +0800

xmedeko gravatar image xmedeko
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Yes, create two labels.

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answered 2010-03-24 21:18:08 +0800

Cogito gravatar image Cogito
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ZK Team

Hi yunchang83,

ZK parses the value assigned to the label component from a single <span> tag, hence, you can't have a label having texts with different font style.
However, I don't think having to create two labels raises any difficulties :)

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answered 2020-06-28 01:23:48 +0800

FitBoy01 gravatar image FitBoy01

You can't just build a new random font on fly by instantly loading UIFontDescriptor artifacts with symbolic characteristics you like, and then instating a new font. If it is a regular font or one you manually applied, the font defined with the descriptor must already be present in the program. Just download the bold version as noted by Kye, add it to your project and use the name to instant a new font.

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