EDIT: Ok. Now everything works fine.
But another Question now: Is it possible to cut out the plot when it’s to long? Especially for Episodes it would be huge work to do it for every Episode when it’s to long.
the plot is designed to to have a maximum lenght, if it is too long on your sheets you either using the wrong font or have your windows fonts at 125% any other reason is impossible.
Here is a picture of what I mean:
I hate these " … " when a sentence is not mentioned till the end.
well that is so not what you have asked before
the sheet is only as big as it is, when the plot is running out of space it will show the dots. You cannot get rid of parts of the plot. There would be a way to get rid off the dots due to code changes which would result in unfinished sentences and/or unfinished words and since this is wrong and 3 dots is the legal way to signal an unfinished piece text/word I refuse to explain it.
Another way would be to make the plot area always fit exatcly into the designated space, in this case the template would achieve that by inflating and deflating the font size. If a plot had only 5 words it would size it up to a 96 Font size.
This makes no sense either but you can change AutoSize=“False” Multiline=“True” to AutoSize=“TRUE” Multiline=“FALSE”
From round about 15,000 episodes I have generated I have 12 of them where the plot is too long. That’s less than 1%
If you find a sheet with too long plot and you are that obsessive about it you can hand edit those by shortening the plot (makes no sense) or choose a smaller font size in the template (makes it less readable)
open the template in notepad and search for this line
<TextElement Name=“Plot” X=“684” Y=“226” Width=“500” Height=“148” AutoSize=“False” Multiline=“True” Font=“Revofit by Drakoheart,12,True,False,False,False,Point,0” ForeColor="-2430485" StrokeColor="-16777216" StrokeWidth=“0” Text="%EPISODEPLOT%" TextAlignment=“TopLeft” TextQuality=“AntiAlias” TGD_IsLocked=“False” TGD_IsVisible=“True”>
change the size from 12 to 10
None of the 3 solutions provided above makes sense but you are free to use them. That’s as far as I go on this topic.