I am while using FLIR for Wordpress wordpress plugin (v0.8.9.2) with FancyFonts enabled. I am running Wordpress 3.1. The issue I am getting is it seems the wordpress plugin is reducing a few pixels from the finish of a few of the text it creates. It does not get it done for those text, but where it takes place, it takes place consistently.

Here are a few good examples:

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During my look for a solution, I have found numerous people with this particular problem, but no solutions. Any ideas could be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

I understand it was requested a long time ago, but while researching the issue I emerged having a solution. Every page I'd continue reading it was a lot of people bickering concerning the supply of the issue and recreating it, but nobody provided an answer.

This does not repair the problem at its source, however it works perfectly. Open generate.php

Find:

$FLIR['text']                   = html_entity_decode_utf8($FLIR['text_encoded']);

Replace:

$FLIR['text']                   = html_entity_decode_utf8($FLIR['text_encoded']) . " ";

All it will is pressure an area after every input string. The area is made together with the relaxation from the text, but is stop (which means you aren't seeing it). This does not add the area towards the actual HTML, therefore if it's made utilizing a text-browser, made without FLIR, or utilized with a crawler (for Search engine optimization) the extra space won't show. It is simply placed in to the PHP function which produces the look.

After trying to find around an hour, I figured it might be useful in order for there to become a minumum of one fix on the internet.

EDIT: This does not work with text with letter-spacing. I had been going to quit and merely not use letter spacing, however i found this this labored (again, not fixing the issue in the source but fixing the visual problem in the same manner). Open corporation-flir.php

Find:

    return rtrim($ret);

Replace:

    return $spacetxt . rtrim($ret) . $spacetxt;

This card inserts the equivalent space on each side from the image much like in-in between each character. I added the spaces to both right and left side to ensure that the written text is going to be mostly centered.

EDIT AGAIN:

Ok last one! Also keep in mind clean both FLIR's cache as well as your browser's cache or else you wont begin to see the updates!