Theme element that enables markdown text.

element_markdown(
family = NULL,
face = NULL,
size = NULL,
colour = NULL,
fill = NULL,
box.colour = NULL,
linetype = NULL,
linewidth = NULL,
hjust = NULL,
vjust = NULL,
halign = NULL,
valign = NULL,
angle = NULL,
lineheight = NULL,
margin = NULL,
r = NULL,
color = NULL,
box.color = NULL,
align_widths = NULL,
align_heights = NULL,
rotate_margins = NULL,
debug = FALSE,
inherit.blank = FALSE
)

## Arguments

family Font family Font face Font size Text color Fill color of the enclosing box Line color of the enclosing box (if different from the text color) Line type of the enclosing box (like lty in base R) Line width of the enclosing box (measured in mm, just like size in ggplot2::element_line()). Horizontal justification Vertical justification Horizontal justification Vertical justification Angle (in degrees) Line height Padding and margins around the text box. See gridtext::richtext_grob() for details. Unit value specifying the corner radius of the box Should multiple elements be aligned by their widths or height? See gridtext::richtext_grob() for details. Should margins get rotated in frame with rotated text? If TRUE, the margins are applied relative to the text direction. If FALSE, the margins are applied relative to the plot direction, i.e., the top margin, for example, is always placed above the text label, regardless of the direction in which the text runs. The default is FALSE, which mimics the behavior of element_text(). Draw a debugging box around each label See ggplot2::margin() for details.

## Value

A ggplot2 theme element that can be used inside a ggplot2::theme() call.

gridtext::richtext_grob(), element_textbox(), geom_richtext()