How to align text with that height of the row?

Work in your sketch, you need to align the text inside the button
Increasing/reducing line-height, increasing/decreasing the space only from the top so that the letters are not in the middle
Because of this it turns to align text only optical, not keeping the same indentation

Tell me, is it a bug of the font? or sketch? Generally if it's legal to do so?))
You want to keep certain proportions, not fit for the eyes
June 5th 19 at 22:01
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June 5th 19 at 22:03
On the Web only optical, in the printing industry you can translate the text to curves and flatten without the "font frame".
It's not a glitch. The "font frame" is the center of mathematical and it does not coincide with the real center of the font because there are diacritics from capital letters.

June 5th 19 at 22:05
Because of this it turns to align text only optical

Well done, and only need to align the text optical. Because mathematically calibrated alignment is almost always curve gives the result. That's the nature of fonts, not a bug of anything.
I'm very familiar with layout very mediocre, so do not fully understand It was sarcasm? - Giles_Luettgen18 commented on June 5th 19 at 22:08
no - gust commented on June 5th 19 at 22:11
no , not sarcasm. Well, learn theory if you don't believe, I think Google will find a lot of materials for "optical alignment of the text") - Dixie_Quigley commented on June 5th 19 at 22:14
Yes , I believe! Just wondering a little look into the area and heads working in the region, which has always tried to avoid. :) - Giles_Luettgen18 commented on June 5th 19 at 22:17
June 5th 19 at 22:07
All fonts universal method does not exist. We all have different margins both vertically and horizontally. Although the width usually does not cause problems, but the height for each font will have to try. Another doll is needed, intermediate. Attach this text to another unit, and it was dub-to center. This intermediate matryoshka need to adjust to fit the desired font and her fixout height specific. Try to postulate different labels and choose the smooth option. I would do it.
June 5th 19 at 22:09
It's very simple: the line-height equal to the height ask of the object that holds the text.
And that is why the sketch puts you on top of the space - don't know, maybe a bug, try on different fonts this approach.

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