[will not fix] - settins→plug ins→ Number of rows in EPG set to12: the channel names are not correctly sized or posi

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    settins→plug ins→ Number of rows in EPG set to12: the channel names are not correctly sized or positioned. upload_2017-3-2_15-50-51.png


     
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    @ge2301, hopefully not too difficult to fix.
     
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    Unfortunately I can not fix it. There is no possibility to scale the font size according to available height known to me. Changing to 10 rows for example should work.
     
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    OK, I will then set this thread to "Will not fix".
     
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    You should be able to use a MultiBinding to bind different sizes based on the number of rows property on the guide model (sorry not at computer so can't give you exact property/model names)
     
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    Ok. I'll try to find and bind the correct property. Perhaps I can even use a formula with rounding to allow full flexibility instead of creating a predefined correlation matrix.

    <MultiBinding Converter="{StaticResource ExpressionMultiValueConverter}" ConverterParameter="{}{{0}/{1}:F0}">
    <Binding Path="MaxFontSize"/>
    <Binding Path="EPGRows"/>
    </MultiBinding>

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    I made a few trials and found the ideal correlation between No of rows and Fontsize.
    The formulation would be: {FontSize = -0.5 * EPGRows + 23} But there should be no FontSize larger than 28, because then width becomes a problem. I'm not sure how to set both in combination and also I need the EPGRow parameter :)
     
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