When Frontify detects that your text will not fully fit into the provided text frame, it will show a warning:
If this happens, make sure to adjust the length of your text, so it will fit into the allocated space.
If you feel that the warning is shown incorrectly (i.e. if the text visually appears to fit into the text frame or if you have just uploaded the file into your Template Library and the original content fit in InDesign or Sketch), there are a couple of steps you can take to troubleshoot this issue:
Make sure you don't have any additional line breaks added to the end of your text
Make sure you have selected a line height (leading) that will fit into the text frame as well, as this is factored into the calculations
You can fix this by changing the line height (leading) in InDesign or Sketch and replacing the template
You can also adjust the size of the text frame in InDesign or Sketch and replace the template
Specifically for InDesign
If you're using InDesign to create your templates, also check the following:
Make sure you have followed all of the steps in this help article
Make sure InDesign's auto-tracking feature has not kicked in
This feature automatically kicks in, when you're creating text frames that fit the content really tightly. InDesign will reduce the spacing in your text ever so slightly, to make sure it still fits (even if the text frame is marginally too small). Frontify cannot reproduce this behavior in the browser and will therefore show a warning.