Hello again, Karl,
I have a few dozen panorama folders which are fine, but I have one particular panorama folder that this question applies to.
On the panorama popup that appears when a user clicks on an image's title in the top-left corner, the primary label that is displayed in the popup for all my OTHER panoramas are fine & nicely centered horizontally (because I've limited the amount of text in the label). However, for this 1 particular panorama folder, the information that I need to include in the primary label is too much (too wide) for the label to fit nicely horizontally centered in the popup window.
In the screenshot below, as an example, you can see 3 primary labels, for illustration.
The 1st primary label is nicely centered horizontally in the popup. However, it fits nicely centered, only because I removed Rheinmünster at the beginning of the 2nd line.
But I do wish to include Rheinmünster at the beginning of the 2nd line, and when I add it, notice how the 2nd primary label is no longer horizontally centered in the popup, but shifted to the right, almost up against the right edge of the popup. I have also already noticed that if I have way too much text in the primary label, that the label will run way past the right edge of the popup, so I need to be careful & limit my text so that it does not.
Which brings me to my question: I would like to accomplish what is shown in the 3rd primary label (which incidentally is not an actual label, but a copy/shift/paste into the screenshot image): I would like to be able have that label slightly wider, so that Rheinmünster fits on the line, but for the label to be centered horizontally in the popup, as show in the 3rd primary label.
A few days ago, you showed me HERE how to widen the popup window itself, but I do not wish to use that Custom CSS, because the wider popup window causes the map to also enlarge, which I do not wish to do.
Is there a way for me to have X3 keep the same width of the popup, but to allow the primary label (with the extra text) to still be horizontally centered, as in the sample 3rd primary label in the screenshot?
Thank you in advance & have yourself a splendid day.