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Knowledge Base : TshwaneDJe Software

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Small-caps Style Not Displaying Correctly in Preview Area


Possible Solution(s)

This bug was unfortunately introduced recently in one of the third-party components that we use (wxWebKit), rather than in TLex itself. The fix is available as of Apr 2014 (beta release line) and Sep 2014 (official release line):

There are one or two possible workarounds, as follows:
- Select 'View' menu
- 'HTML window provider'
- If you see a "CEF3" option, then try the CEF3 option first
- If you don't see a "CEF3" option, try the "Internet Explorer" option
Then restart the software.

This fixes the small-caps problem, but unfortunately the Internet Explorer option may have other problems - see the article "Known issues with different 'HTML window providers'".

Note that the small-caps problem does not affect exports of data (e.g. File / Export RTF for Word, or HTML, or online publishing etc.) - ONLY the Preview Area.

See also Known issues with different 'HTML window providers' (Web layout engine for Preview Area etc.)
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