In both Text and Rich Text components, lines that are too long are hyphenated no matter what justification is used. End-of-line hyphenation like this is not the modern standard for text on a screen , so I’m perplexed as to why it’s the app default.
If the CSS is structured well, you should be able to add
-webkit-hyphens: none; -moz-hyphens: none; hyphens: none !important; to
<body> style definitions in the DOM Inspector to make the changes globally, but it has no effect on the app.
I’ve never seen a website that has end-of-line hyphenation so something has been done deliberately to enable it in the first place for Glide Apps. (In the very simplest HTML and CSS , line breaks are placed between words.)
I found this option for preventing hyphenation in a single Rich Text component, but I was wondering if there was a global app-wide way to turn it off. (Other than custom CSS, which is apparently only available at the $250/month level, which is a ridiculous amount of money to pay just to get access to customizable CSS.)