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Resolved Post-Battle Summary Font Issue

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Version number
1.6.3
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Main
Modded/unmodded
No, I didn't use any mods.

TechnoSarge

Veteran
Summary: I am frequently seeing some of the troop types in the post-battle summary appearing in a type font smaller than the others. There is no problem with legibility; it's just a visual discontinuity you may want to fix.

Before you ask - No, I don't have a save-file. The issue appears in the summary and a save-file will pick up on the map and after the battle, so there is no way to get back to the summary from a save.

How to Reproduce: Just check the battle summary after a battle. I don't know if the glitch is related to specific troop types - but I would suggest running tests with the troop types in the screen shot that are of the wrong font (Imperial Sergeant Crossbowman and Imperial Veteran Caravan Guard).

Have you used cheats and if so which: none
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Computer Specs:
OS: Win 10
GPU: MSI GTX 960 2GB
GPU Driver Version: 27.21.14.6089
CPU: i7 4790K 4.00 GHz
RAM: 16GB
Motherboard:
Storage Device (HDD/SSD): 2 TB HDD Toshiba
 

TechnoSarge

Veteran
Aserai Mameluke Heavy Cavalry also appears to use the smaller font. The previous two I noted are still doing it in my game.
 

TechnoSarge

Veteran
Intended??? Sounds like a case of leaving too little space for the longer names assigned to troop types. Yet there is ample room, as shown in the screen shot, for the After-Battle Window to be a bit wider and accommodate those longer names.
 

MadVader

Duhpressed
Duke
M&BWB
Intended??? Sounds like a case of leaving too little space for the longer names assigned to troop types. Yet there is ample room, as shown in the screen shot, for the After-Battle Window to be a bit wider and accommodate those longer names.
Maybe in English, but how does that work in long-winded languages such as German? There will be text overflow in some case and this is the solution.
 
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