Do you have any actions / code referring to the textfield? It’s a bit surprising that the first line “eLearning” is Arial but the following paragraph is not. Did you copy text directly from MS Word or PPT? Try to cut all text from the field [Ctrl]+x and reinsert unformatted [Ctrl] +[Shift] + v. You should always paste text unformatted when copying from Microsoft products.
And are you sure the textfield has no CSS applied to it ?
Best is make a sample, add it and share it… most of us can test and either recreate or fix things in minutes…Often quicker then guessing what might be wrong. Darrel wrote a great post about how and what to get help best.
This post should everyone asking for help check and adhere to.
i do think you are comparing Bananas with Apples Marcel…. if i am not wrong Bild01 is a preview or HTML page and Bild02 is inside Lectora. Well there always will be a difference, and even when publishing on your LMS it might differ more and when people check on their mobile devices it can be different. Probably the font you use in Lectora is not available in the browser or computer you are previewing on. Do share a sample according to Darren’s article!
Hi Math, thx for your answer. The problem was caused, because i have imported an lectora online project in lectora inspire 17. I have noticed that often when i open online projectfiles in inspire, there exist font formating or position problems (wrong font and wrong postion of textboxes). i solved this with Tims advice ([Ctrl]+x and reinsert unformatted [Ctrl] +[Shift] + v). My old texboxes i have deleted and made new one.