Integrating Multiple Lines in Story Tellers Kit

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  • January 16, 2019 at 9:22 pm #202850

    I have been watching this resource from Justin and wanting to figure out how to integrate this with the Story Tellers Kit.

    SKLabelNodes with Multiple Lines

    Where would this code be placed so that I could have it apply to input text as well as prewritten labels.

    SKLabelNodes with Multiple Lines

    Thanks!

  • January 24, 2019 at 11:53 am #203061

    That’s a tough thing to integrate while keeping the property list simple. Instead of defining a single text input, specifying multiple inputs for overflow with a Property list just feels a little convoluted as that would require the max characters, and the extra label nodes. If I can think of an easy way to get it in there I will though.

  • January 24, 2019 at 12:45 pm #203066

    I figured it wouldn’t be as cut and dry as I would hope. Your explanation on the difficulty makes perfect sense.

    Outside of kit integration, if I wanted to have labels on a page that had multiline functionality, where would I place the code with the .swift files.

    I would like users to be able to input, change and save text over 12 different pages if possible. It would be worth it to me, to figure out going forward how to incorporate your explanation on a label by label basis if needed.

    Hope that makes sense and thanks again!

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