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If I just make a space with the space key it will add too much space not equal like the other letters spaces between each other. But without a space the Y and the T seems like they are glued together.

T and Y almost glued

And if I make one space with the space key then the space is not equal to the other spaces between the letters:

Space is not equal to the others

And it's only with the last Y letter.

I tried to move the text a bit with the arrow keys like in the solution but then in the render windows CTRL + F12 the text is now too big :

Too big

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In edit mode navigate text cursor before the last letter Y. Then hold Alt and use arrow keys to move all text after cursor to the position, that you want.

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  • $\begingroup$ I did but now when rendering CTRL + F12 the text in the render window is very big too big for the sides. I added a screenshot of it to my question. and I only moved the text with the arrows a little bit. $\endgroup$ – Benzi Avrumi Jul 11 at 23:05
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    $\begingroup$ If you have another question, please ask it by clicking the Ask Question button. $\endgroup$ – Crantisz Jul 11 at 23:26

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