Screen model is basic 3.5"
What is the solution to this problem?
I tried different fonts and sizes.
The display is the first opening image. NO problem.
When you send code with Arduino ... ("TEXT TEXT TEXT")
font 30 Sansation_16 15x16 ... this was generated how?
ZI font in encodings like GB2312 is square 16x16, 24x24, 32x32,40x40 etc
height is a multiple of 8 - width is same as height.
ZI fonf in encodings like ASCII, ISO-8859-X is rectangular
8x16, 12x24, 16x32, 20x40, 24x48 .. etc ... 72x144, 76x152, 80x160
height is a multiple of 8, - width is 1/2 of height.
Until Variable width font feature is added into Nextion firmware
trying to go outside specification will have unexpected results
- such as the cropping you are showing.
- even if you have been able to get some steps towards variable width
the underlying firmware only knows w=1/2h or w=h
This is dependent on your HMI encoding setting.
Nextion Editor Font Generator will not create a font in many
of the dimensions you show in the pictures above.
Fonts 0, 3, 5 and 9 are the only firmware compatible sizes.
So where did you find these zi fonts?
I use this software. V0.3
Because font size is more that.
This option is not available in the Nextion Editor. I need "Center Align"
The only person who knows exactly what he did is the author of this software ...
so, you should ask the author of this software about what he exactly did. Obviousely he didn't implement something well or even missed some aspects according to the ZI standard ...
When you use such an external software, you also must "live" with it's outout ...
Is the "Center Align" option will add to the Nextion Editor?
Yes, "Center Alıgn" for single characters.
This is a major shortcoming for Nextion Edıtor.
I searched for a new version for "Font Generator". But I could not find it.
I think latest version V.03.
Gerry you can not you? Or Patrick.
So maybe it can be added in new releases... Thanks ... Good works...
Maybe another advice: try Nextion Editor Font Generator or ZI font Editor from this topic. Consider reading about monotype fonts eithe