Bullet points in Megaedit

MegaEdit supports dynamic bullet points that can be a text character or an image. (Blue square example shown below is an image .png file)

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To set these up you will need to tick the bullet point script under scripts (MegaEdit PRO users) when assigning the products dynamic components [Img.1]. Then using a config against the script apply various settings. The text field you want to use the bullets with is required to have a tag applied to it for the script to initiate. The tag is “bulletpointlist” (see Text options image below [Img.2])

[Img.1]

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[Img.2]

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The bullets will appear on the left hand-side of the chosen text field when a line return is registered for that line of text once you have clicked focus away from the text field using bullets.

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Please note: Bullets will be displayed outside of the text field - you maybe required to adjust the positioning of your text field to suit any page formatting.

Example config:

{
mode: "image",
image:
{ clipartAlbum: “ClipartAlbumName”, clipartName: “ClipArtName” }

,
position:
{ x: -10, y: 10, width: 4, height: 4}

,
text:
{ font: “FontName”, fontSize: null, color: "#3affef", character: "•" }

}

You need to decide which mode you wish to use, an image or a text character, and change the mode setting in at the top of the config.

Mode: “image” will reference an image from a clipart category, you must specify the clipart album name first then the name of the image file to use, do not include the file type (.jpg / .png etc) and ensure the catergory and file names are exact named matches, including any capital letters etc.

Mode: “text” will reference a character using a specified font name, font size (pts), colour (use hex #------ or CMYK using c:m:y:k eg. 8:44:56:9) and text character (you must ensure the character to be used is within the chosen fonts glyph set)

Position: x and y measurement is how far from the text field you wish to position the bullets

Position: Width and height - this is the size of the image field (in pts) that will display the image or text character.

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