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Issue with menu text warping/stretching on different breakpoints, Adobe Muse

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Dec 08, 2017

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When I preview my site with Muse, my menu bar is warping and making my text super skinny on lower breakpoints. Does anyone know how to fix this issue? For example, when I preview my site and go from 900 pixels on my breakpoint down to 600 pixels my menu bar text isn't just shrinking it is warping the text and getting hard to read since the lettering is stretching upward.

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

Seems like you use system font instead of webfonts for your menu.

This is indicated by a tiny little "T" in the lower right corner.

If you use the text panel, look for web fonts.

You r system fonts are not guaranteed to be on every computer in the world wide web so it gets treated as an image and so it scales.

Web fonts / Real text doesn`t scale. It scales only the box itself, if you want it to scale.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Issue with menu text warping/stretching on different breakpoints, Adobe Muse

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When I preview my site with Muse, my menu bar is warping and making my text super skinny on lower breakpoints. Does anyone know how to fix this issue? For example, when I preview my site and go from 900 pixels on my breakpoint down to 600 pixels my menu bar text isn't just shrinking it is warping the text and getting hard to read since the lettering is stretching upward.

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

Seems like you use system font instead of webfonts for your menu.

This is indicated by a tiny little "T" in the lower right corner.

If you use the text panel, look for web fonts.

You r system fonts are not guaranteed to be on every computer in the world wide web so it gets treated as an image and so it scales.

Web fonts / Real text doesn`t scale. It scales only the box itself, if you want it to scale.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Seems like you use system font instead of webfonts for your menu.

This is indicated by a tiny little "T" in the lower right corner.

If you use the text panel, look for web fonts.

You r system fonts are not guaranteed to be on every computer in the world wide web so it gets treated as an image and so it scales.

Web fonts / Real text doesn`t scale. It scales only the box itself, if you want it to scale.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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