I have a similar method of doing clickable text, but that only works if those ‘helper widgets’ can be added to something like a horizontal/vertical box. What I am looking for is a solution to get specific text, words or sentences, inside a constantly changing textbox to be - or appear - clickable.
But you know, your mention of the wrap box planted a seed…
Which grew into:
Basically what I’m doing is:
DialogueWidget has a scrollbox where any paragraphs will be added to. The scrollbox is the black area.
ParagraphWidget (Inside the red squares) is a wrapbox, which texts are added to.
TextWidget (inside yellow squares) contains the text, onclicked functions and ID.
That’s pretty much it.
As you can see it’s not perfect; i’d like the texts to wrap properly instead of being in these predefined chunks. if that could be solved I think I would use this method.
Also, this does not make text wrap. Update: I checked the wrong wrap checkbox. The one under wrapping should be used and a number needs to be set.
But what’s up with those two? The upper right I get, but the lower left?
I can conclude that it’s not actually working. It felt like I was doing progress but the text blocks wrap randomly and unpredictably, and texts often can’t be seamless as you can see in the picture.
So still looking for options.