JaSON uses data structures in order to display text. Text is divided into sections, and each section has its own attributes - everything ranging from color to the font to be used. The usage of data structures allows the user to also be able to store the text in the form of JSON strings, which can then be converted and used when needed, allowing for modding and on-the-run editing.
JaSON's manual can be found here.
JaSON should work with all modules at is uses pure GML. It is to be noted, however, that it can be quite resource intensive, especially when much text is rendered.
Gradient blending won't work on HTML unless WEBGL is enabled. For more information refer to Studio's manual entry for draw_text_colour().
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Bug reports and Requests:
Bug reports and requests must be directed at theannoyedgrunt[at]gmail[dot]com, or by accessing the Contact Publisher module found above.