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  1. Hey cloakedninjas, Easy solution (albeit hacky) for horizontal cutoff is to add a leading (or trailing) whitespace to the text. That is when you create your Text, enter " jogar". Then the "j" doesn't get cutoff. I had the same issue using an italic webfont and had to add a whitespace at the end of every text string. In that case, if you must use multiple lines it's preferable to use explicit "newline"s rather than relying on wordWrap.
  2. The seemingly useful line 45 ``` text.padding.set(10, 16); ``` Doesn't actually do anything.
  3. I like how in the google-webfonts example the last character "s" is cutoff XD