TX Text Control 20.0 provides the following new features:
Text Control supports right to left text rendering for languages such as Arabic or Hebrew. Each line in a document can be bidirectional, which means, that it can contain text parts written from left to right and text parts written from right to left. The text input position behind a left-to-right character is on its right side and the input position behind a right-to-left character is on its left side. In addition, a paragraph can be formatted from right to left, which means that the blocks of bidirectional text are ordered from right ro left. The Paragraph
To support a right to left application design, all TX Text
A piece of text can be formatted now for a specific language, which is used for spell checking and hyphenation. A document can be multilingual, which means that multiple languages can be used in the same document. A new built-in dialog box available with the Text
Until now column names of table columns which were used to supply the merge data for image merge fields (i. e. MERGEFIELD fields with the prefix "image:") also had to begin with the prefix "image:". From now on this is no longer necessary although it still works to ensure backward compatibility. The field dialog of MERGEFIELD fields has been expanded by two text boxes, one for the date / time format flag, one for the numeric format flag. Images are now included in the merge process and are replaced according to their name. Merged images are scaled up / down such that they maintain the same width as the placeholder image in the template. To enable image merging the table column containing the image data has to contain one of the following: Either binary data as a byte array, objects of type System.