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 |<​TACF>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Change Font \\ By default, the font and font style can be changed for point text elements. To disable the Font Name and Font Style lists in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TACF_f>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the font and font style buttons disabled, this marker has no effect.| |<​TACF>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Change Font \\ By default, the font and font style can be changed for point text elements. To disable the Font Name and Font Style lists in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TACF_f>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the font and font style buttons disabled, this marker has no effect.|
 |<​TACFC>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Change Font Color \\ By default, the font color can be changed for point text elements. To disable the font color picker in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TACFC_f>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the font color picker disabled, this marker has no effect.| |<​TACFC>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Change Font Color \\ By default, the font color can be changed for point text elements. To disable the font color picker in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TACFC_f>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the font color picker disabled, this marker has no effect.|
-|<​TACFS>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Change Font Size \\ By default, the font size can be changed for point text elements. To disable the font size selector in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TACFFS_f>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the font size selector disabled, this marker has no effect. ​\\ +|<​TACFS>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Change Font Size \\ By default, the font size can be changed for point text elements. To disable the font size selector in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TACFFS_f>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the font size selector disabled, this marker has no effect.| 
-|<​TACT>​|True or False|t|Allows Change Text \\ By default, the content of both bounded and point text elements can be changed. ​ To disable changing the content for a text element, add the <​TACT_f>​ marker.| +|<​TACT>​|True or False|t|Allows Change Text \\ By default, the content of both bounded and point text elements can be changed. To disable changing the content for a text element, add the <​TACT_f>​ marker.| 
-|<​TAESH>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Editing Shadow \\ By default, the shadow can be changed for point text elements. To disable the shadow button in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TAESH>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the shadow button disabled, this marker has no effect. ​\\ +|<​TAESH>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Editing Shadow \\ By default, the shadow can be changed for point text elements. To disable the shadow button in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TAESH>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the shadow button disabled, this marker has no effect.| 
-|<​TAEST>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Editing Stroke \\ By default, the stroke can be changed for a point text element. To disable the stroke button in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TAEST_f>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the stroke button disabled, this marker has no effect. ​\\ +|<​TAEST>​|True or False|t| \\ Allows Editing Stroke \\ By default, the stroke can be changed for a point text element. To disable the stroke button in the editor toolbar for a point text element, add the <​TAEST_f>​ marker. \\  \\ If the Design Editor Preset has the stroke button disabled, this marker has no effect.| 
-|<​TCC>​|Value|1| \\ Column Count \\  \\ Applies ONLY to PSD templates \\ By default, a rich formatted text element has only one column. While Photoshop does not support multiple columns, the Online Designer does. To define more than one column for a rich text element, add the <​TCC_x>​ marker, with x representing the desired number of columns. \\  \\ Example: \\ <​TCC_2>​ defines the rich text field to have two columns in the editor. ​\\ +|<​TCC>​|Value|1| \\ Column Count \\  \\ Applies ONLY to PSD templates \\ By default, a rich formatted text element has only one column. While Photoshop does not support multiple columns, the Online Designer does. To define more than one column for a rich text element, add the <​TCC_x>​ marker, with x representing the desired number of columns. \\  \\ Example: \\ <​TCC_2>​ defines the rich text field to have two columns in the editor.| 
-|<​TACCC>​|True or False|t|Allows Change Column Count \\ By default, you can change the column count that was originally set up using the <TCC> marker, when using a Photoshop based template. ​ To disable the Columns button in the editor toolbar, add the <​TACCC_f>​ marker.| +|<​TACCC>​|True or False|t|Allows Change Column Count \\ By default, you can change the column count that was originally set up using the <TCC> marker, when using a Photoshop based template. To disable the Columns button in the editor toolbar, add the <​TACCC_f>​ marker.| 
-| | | | | +|<TCL>|Value| | \\ Character Limit \\ By default, no character limit is defined for a rich text element. To define a character limit for a rich text element, add the <​TCL_x>​ marker, with x representing the character limit. \\  \\ Example: \\ <​TCL_500>​ defines the character limit to be 500 characters. \\ 
-| | | | | +|<​TMLC>​|Value| | \\ Max Line Count \\ By default, no line count limit is defined for a point or bounded text element. To define a line count limit for a point or bounded text element, add the <​TMLC_x>​ marker, with x representing the line count limit. \\  \\ Example: \\ <​TMLC_3>​ defines the line count limit to be 3 lines. \\ 
-| | | | | +|<​TMLL>​|value| | \\ Max Line Length \\ By default, no characters per line limit is defined for a point or bounded text element. To define a characters per line limit for a point or bounded text element, add the <​TMLL_x>​ marker, with x representing the characters per line limit. \\  \\ Example: \\ <​TMLL_50>​ defines the characters per line limit to be 50 characters. \\ 
-| | | | | +|<TOS>|Value|clip\\ Overflow Strategy \\ Defines how to handle plain bounded or rich formatted text if it goes out of bounds. \\  \\ clip - while typing, crop the excessive text (supports rich text formatting) \\ expandBox - when the bottom bounding box is reached, expand the bottom bound (supports rich text formatting) \\ fitToBox - when the end of a line is reached, move to the next line first, and when the bottom of the bounding box is reached, then shrink the text (ignores rich text formatting) \\ fitToWidth - when the end of a line is reached, shrink the text (ignores rich text formatting) \\  \\  \\ By default, plain bounded or rich formatted text that goes out of bounds is clipped. To change how text is handled when it goes out of bounds, add the <​TOS_x>​ marker, with x representing the overflow strategy. \\  \\ Example: \\ <​TOS_fitToWidth>​ defines the clipping behavior to shrink the text when the end of a line is reached. \\ 
-| | | | | +|<TSM>|Value|size\\ Shrink Mode \\ Defines how to handle plain bounded text if it goes out of bounds. \\  \\ scale - shrinks the text in width or height \\ size - changes the font size \\  \\  \\ By default, plain bounded text that goes out of bounds is clipped. ​ To change how plain bounded text is fitted, add the <​TSM_x>​ marker, with x representing the shrink mode. \\  \\ Example: \\ <​TSM_size>​ defines the shrink mode to change the font size. \\  \\ The scale mode is incompatible with the fitToBox overflow strategy. ​ In this mode, the Online Designer automatically uses the fitToWidth strategy. \\ 
-| | | | | +|<TPH>|True or False|t|Text Placeholder \\ To enable a prompt in the editor canvas to fill out a bounded or point text element, add the <TPH> or <​TPH_t>​ marker. ​ If it's not filled out, the prompt is NOT shown on the proof or hi-res output.
-| | | | |+|<TVA>|Value|top\\ Vertical Alignment \\ Defines the vertical alignment for a text string in a text element. \\  \\ top - aligns a text string with the top bound of the text element \\ center - aligns a text string with the center of the text element \\ bottom - aligns a text string with the bottom of the text element \\  \\ By default, a text string is aligned to the top of a text element. ​ To change the vertical alignment, add the <​TVA_x>​ marker, with x representing the alignment value. \\  \\  \\ Example: \\  \\ <​TVA_bottom>​ defines the vertical alignment to be with the bottom of the text element. \\ |
  
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