Further investigation reveals that there are no significant differences in the LocalCSS between an embossed text object and an embossed rectangle. The only difference: "direction: ltr;" (text object) <–> "direction: ;" (rectangle object)
Therefore I would think it is not necessary a problem with the css coding, but with the engine that creates the output.
Thank you for your posts.
There were several changes to the effects from FileMaker Pro 11 to FileMaker Pro 12. Knowledge Base Article #10160 mentions the deprecation of line effects. When a FileMaker Pro 11 file is migrated to FileMaker Pro 12, FileMaker Pro 12 will try to approximate any line effects from FileMaker Pro 11.
I understand that certain line effects are deprecated in FileMaker Pro 12. But it does not explain why in the conversion process embossed rectangles are converted properly, but text object are not. See image.
Regards, Arnold Kegebein
I apologize for the late reply.
It appears the text is appearing one pixel lower in relation to the graphic object, even though the measurements appear the same in both FileMaker Pro 11 and FileMaker Pro 12. I have forwarded your post along with my findings to our Development and Testing departments for review. I will keep you updated as information becomes available to me.