Microsoft KB Archive/255858
Article ID: 255858
Article Last Modified on 2/28/2007
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Edition
This article was previously published under Q255858
The display of multiline text in rich edit controls may be truncated when Chinese, Japanese, or Korean fonts are used.
There has been a change in the behavior of rich edit controls under Windows 2000 when Chinese, Japanese, or Korean fonts are used. In earlier versions, there is no spacing between lines. With the intention of increasing readability, lines are now spaced slightly apart. This can truncate displays if the computation of the rectangle for the control does not take this change into account.
The behavior in earlier versions can be recovered; the following code fragment suggests a method:
PARAFORMAT2 pf; ZeroMemory((void*)&pf, sizeof(pf)); pf.cbSize = sizeof(pf); pf.dwMask = PFM_LINESPACING; pf.dyLineSpacing=lfWeight; pf.bLineSpacingRule = 4; ::SendMessage(m_field.m_hWnd, EM_SETPARAFORMAT, 0, (LPARAM)&pf);
This behavior is by design.
Keywords: kbbug kblocalization kbprb kbvc500fix kbvc600fix KB255858