<team_names> // specification of each team name <team_name // team name 1 name1="aa" // team name1's column 1 text name2="bb" // team name1's column 2 text name3="cc" // team name1's column 3 text /> <team_name // team name 2 name1="dd" name2="ee" name3="ff" > <thread... /> // optional specifying special thread for this // particular team name </team_name> // team name 3, etc <team_name name1="hh" name2="ii" name3="jj" /> </team_names>
The team_names specifies a list of required team names.
Each team_name specifies the text of the lettering object by means of 3 sub-names: name1, name2 and name3. The actual text is obtained by concatenating the 3 names using a space as the separator. The typical usage for the names is to correspond to the first name, middle name, and last name of a person. Each of the names is optional, and in fact the whole text (with spaces) can be specified in any single sub-name, and the others left blank. However, the splitting of the text to sub-names allows further control of individual column’s parameters, eg allowing to make all last names have greater height than the first names.
Additionally, each team_name can optionally specify its own thread, if it is required to be different to the default thread specified as part of the team_name_lettering. If the team’s name-specific thread is not specified, the default thread will be used for that team name.