- add-apt-repository ppa:sevenmachines/flash
- apt-get update
- apt-get install flashplugin64-installer
- restart browser
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Was wondering if there is an automated feature to add boxed-labels like the one shown in the attached file Screenshot-13.png. What i understand up to now, the only way to created a boxed-label takes 3 steps: 1- create a box, 2- add the text, and 3- compound the box and text. Is there such a thing that the box automatically expands as text is typed + we can change the background color + line size? Similar to the "Insert text" feature in Microsoft Word.
That's a very good question. xfig doesn't have exactly such a feature, but you can use the "dimension line" object to do it.
Select the line drawing tool and on the bottom panel scroll to the "Dimension line" button at the right edge. Click on it and set the following properties:
Line/Thickness = 0
Arrows/Types = (None) (None)
Box/Thickness = 0
Box/Color = your choice (this will be the color behind the text)
Uncheck Ticks/Show ticks
Under "Text" check "User defined text..."
Select the font, size and color for the text
To make a text box, hold the shift key and click on the canvas where you want the left edge of the text box to be and click anywhere to the right of that.
The edit panel will pop up and you can enter the text at the bottom of that.
Click Ok and voila!
The widths of the boxes will be equal to the length of the text string, so if you want them all the same width you will need to add padding spaces.
It's a little out of the ordinary, but I tried it here and it looks ok.
Once you've set up the dimension like attribute panel you just need to click twice and enter the text to make them.