Re: How to specify container element for textSlze/lineHeight enactors?

Andrey Fedoseev andrey.fedoseev at
Wed Aug 7 12:14:06 UTC 2013


This works fine, thanks a lot!

Andrey Fedoseev

On 7 августа 2013 г. at 17:50:26, Justin Obara (obara.justin at wrote:

You should just need to change the container for those enactors. Currently they are set to the enhancer's container, which is the body.

The "gpii.discoverTool.enactorSet" makes use of the "fluid.uiEnhancer.starterEnactors".

You can override this with something like the following.

fluid.defaults("my.enactorSet", {
    gradeNames: ["gpii.discoveryTool.enactorSet", "autoInit"],
    components: {
        textSize: {
            container: "newContainer" // replace with the container you'd want to use
        lineSpace: {
            container: "newContainer" // replace with the container you'd want to use


On 2013-08-07, at 4:59 AM, Andrey Fedoseev <andrey.fedoseev at> wrote:


I'm trying to use the Discovery Tool ( on this page

My goal now is to modify only the actual content (i.e. text contained inside "article#content" element) when "Enlarge" mode is active, and leave other sections of the page (such as navigation on top) untouched.

I see that text is enlarged by applying "font-size" and "line-height" styles to the <body> element. Is it possible to specify an element that should be used instead of <body> for textSize / lineHeight enactors?


Andrey Fedoseev

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