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Hello

Thanks to this excellent forum and assistance

I could create plugin for drawing text on the canvas; and now I want that when I use certain Font; I can reduce the spacing (Kerning Font) between each letter.

 

Thank you for the help provided and the time spent.

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Hello thank you for your answers

Too bad the topic and was moved because I would really like to know the code to achieve this.

I repecte Decision

Too bad the plugin link does not work for downloaded.

Thank you for the help and time spent

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@BoltBait has written a fantastic series of CodeLab tutorials which you can find on his website BoltBait.com. You might find this one of interest http://boltbait.com/pdn/CodeLab/help/tutorial4.php. It covers rendering text which should get you started.

As you will see, GDI+ is used to render the text. I'm not sure if you can configure kerning via GDI+, but thats where I would start looking.

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Are you trying to write your own plugin? It wasn't clear that you were asking about actual plugin development. If so then I can simply move this back to the Plugin Developer Center.

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Hello
Yes I create a text effect plugins; and I wanted in my plugin manage the spacing of the letters; here is the code already implemented:
code for transform text and drawtext
    // Write and transformation text
    g.ScaleTransform(Amount7, Amount8, System.Drawing.Drawing2D.MatrixOrder.Append);
    g.TranslateTransform(cx, cy,System.Drawing.Drawing2D.MatrixOrder.Append);
    StringFormat string_format = new StringFormat();
    string_format.Alignment = StringAlignment.Center;
    string_format.LineAlignment = StringAlignment.Center;
    g.DrawString(Amount1, SelectedFont, Brush1, 0, 0, string_format);

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You can't do this out of the box in .NET.

Maybe google for "gdi+ character spacing".

You may use SetTextCharacterExtra or ExtTextOut.

[DllImport("gdi32.dll", CharSet=CharSet.Auto)] 
public static extern int SetTextCharacterExtra( 
    IntPtr hdc,    // DC handle
    int nCharExtra // extra-space value 
); 

...
//set spacing between characters 
IntPtr hdc = g.GetHdc(); 
SetTextCharacterExtra(hdc, 10); 
g.ReleaseHdc(hdc); 
...

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The markup plugin/technique I demonstrate here http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/106683-block-of-text-with-different-sizes/#entry509712 may be of interest. CSS allows some basic kerning (called letter-spacing in the code).

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