The Text control displays a non-interactive piece of text to the user. This can be used to provide captions or labels for other GUI controls or to display instructions or other text.
|Text||The text displayed by the control.|
|Font||The Font used to display the text.|
|Font Style||The style applied to the text. The options are Normal, Bold, Italic and Bold And Italic.|
|Font Size||The size of the displayed text.|
|Line Spacing||The vertical separation between lines of text.|
|Rich Text||Should markup elements in the text be interpreted as Rich Text styling?|
|Alignment||The horizontal and vertical alignment of the text.|
|Align by Geometry||Use the extents of glyph geometry to perform horizontal alignment rather than glyph metrics.|
|Horizontal Overflow||The method used to handle the situation where the text is too wide to fit in the rectangle. The options are Wrap and Overflow.|
|Vertical Overflow||The method used to handle the situation where wrapped text is too tall to fit in the rectangle. The options are Truncate and Overflow.|
|Best Fit||Should Unity ignore the size properties and simply try to fit the text to the control’s rectangle?|
|Color||The color used to render the text.|
|MaterialAn asset that defines how a surface should be rendered, by including references to the Textures it uses, tiling information, Color tints and more. The available options for a Material depend on which Shader the Material is using. More info
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|The Material used to render the text.|
A default text element looks like this:
Some controls (such as Buttons and TogglesA checkbox that allows the user to switch an option on or off. More info
See in Glossary) have textual descriptions built-in. For controls that have no implicit text (such as Sliders), you can indicate the purpose using a label created with a Text control. Text is also useful for lists of instructions, story text, conversations and legal disclaimers.
The Text control offers the usual parameters for font size, style, etc(Ericsson Texture Compression) A block-based texture format that compresses textures to significantly reduce file sizes without causing a noticable reduction in image quality. More info
See in Glossary, and text alignment. When the Rich Text option is enabled, markup elements within the text will be treated as styling information, so you can have just a single word or short section in boldface or in a different color, say (see the page about Rich Text for details of the markup scheme).
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