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Resizing Text

Feb 2, 2011, 13:29
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Resizing Text
How do you re-size (or change the font of) existing text? I've tried several ways of selecting the text, and going back into editing mode, but nothing seems to work.
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Feb 2, 2011, 16:47
Post: #2
RE: Resizing Text
(Feb 2, 2011 15:00)ofnuts Wrote:  If the text isn't in a text layer, there is nothing much you can do. If you want to change the font, you can as well replace it with a fresh new text layer in which you retype the text.
Thanks, I suspected as much.
(Feb 2, 2011 15:00)ofnuts Wrote:  If you still have the text layer, the layer selected in the Layers dialog, plus the text tool, plus clicking twice on the text in the image activates the text editing dialogs.
That's the problem. If you do almost anything to the layer, the Text layer gets converted to a regular layer and then you can't do anything to the text but start over. I guess the message here is PLAN AHEAD!
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Feb 2, 2011, 19:02
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RE: Resizing Text
Well, that works, but instead of getting a solid text like I had before, I now get an outline of the text. Then I have to select and bucket fill each character. Is there an easier way?
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Feb 2, 2011, 19:32
Post: #4
RE: Resizing Text
Great! That works fine. Thanks.
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