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Carrie Eaton

Well, I just tried to post and it errored out!?

I'm having the same issue - bunching text. Last time I ended up turning the table into a graphic as a work-around. But that's not really a good long-term approach because these courses will be translated in several languages so the text needs to be editable.

I've just installed Studio 360, so I have the latest updates.

Help, please!?

Thanks!

 

Leslie McKerchie

Thanks, Carrie.

Based on your description, I was able to track down a similar report.

I've attached this conversation to the report as we track user impact and so that we can share any updates with you here.

We have one workaround listed:

  • Once done with the Table, save it as a picture, then replace the Table with the saved picture.
Carrie Eaton

Yeah, but like I said, that's not useful in the long run when courses will be translated into other languages. 

When I went back into my course and looked more carefully, pretty much every table published poorly. The workaround would be to use all text boxes and not tables, but multiple text boxes are more work that a table where the text is formatted identically and lined up, etc.

But thanks for the reply and keep us posted!

Katie (Gokhshteyn) Riggio

Great news, Carrie!  

Remember the issue in Presenter 360 where table text could display all together in a single cell? That issue is fixed in today's Studio 360 update 24! 🎁

Check out all the new improvements here, and here's how you can update your authoring apps. Be sure to let us know what you think!