Topic: Increase width of images to give captions more room
Here's a way to control the width of the container that displays the caption.
Caption - Max Caption Height will set how tall the container is;
But I've found no formal way to set the width; when the caption is set to display below the picture/stage.
If one has a narrow picture that has a long caption, it can be unattractive, as well as hard to read; IMHO.
I made an image just larger than the largest image in my gallery, and filled it with the color of the background used in the gallery. That's the new background image.
Copy/Pasted my narrow image on top of the new background image and centered it at the top of that new background image. Save image. The size in width of the image will control the width of the caption container.
One could use a set width for the new background image for use throughout a gallery keeping them all the same, or adjust the width of each picture to change the width if the caption container to fit the text associated with that image.
I found that making the narrow image even just a little wider, I can cut down on the number of rows of caption text by at least half.
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