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How do you adjust the space between lines?

How do you adjust the space between lines?

The lines are too tight as they are now.

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      • Frank aka Fresh ApricotAdminFrank aka Fresh Apricot (User Experience, Wild Apricot) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Line spacing is one of the enhancements we're considering for the editor but we don't have any specific plans for this yet. But we do have major enhancements coming to our CMS in this year so we stay tuned.

        And as for open source editors - it would actually takes a lot of work to customize it for our needs as well as continue to support it. So unless we find an exceptional editor I don't think we'll be switching any time soon.

        Did other examples of tools you'd like to see in our editor?

      • Steve VeachSteve Veach commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Although I'm impressed with many features of the site, I feel the HTML editor is rather simplistic and I would request more advanced features.

        I must do far too much hand-editing of HTML code to get the results I want.

        There are OpenSource HTML editors that could be incorporated for little to no cost to Wild Apricot.

        For example, unless I'm completely missing it, there is no way to change line spacing in the editor so I must continuously do this with HTML especially in lists.

        Thanks.

      • anonymous_96.44.245.50anonymous_96.44.245.50 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The only way is with some custom CSS code (Settings / CSS customization), for example:

        body, td, p, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 {

        line-height: 2;

        }

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