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text object formatting

Hi,

Just wondering whether or not this is normal ...

I have two text objects with formulas as follows in a report

='test\nformatting\nnew\nline'

and

='test&Chr(13)&Chr(10)&'formatting'&Chr(13)&Chr(10)&'newline'

This displays fine in the designer but when viewed in the ajax client the line breaks are lost. Is there a way to keep line breaks?

Thanks!

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d_pranskus
Contributor III

text object formatting

Hi

Use following syntax

='aaa' & chr(13) & 'bbb' & chr(13) & 'ccc'


Cheers

Darius

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text object formatting

Hi Darius,

Thanks for the response. Unfotunately this doesn't work either. It's fine in the Java client (not really helpfull as it's apparently disapearing w/v10).

We're using V9SR1. I guess I'll figure out another way of displaying the information.

Thanks for the help.

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text object formatting

Hi ukeen

have you found the solution to this problem?

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text object formatting

Hi,

You can use this:

='test ' & Chr(10) & Chr(10) &
'nformatting ' & Chr(10) & Chr(10) &
'nline ' & Chr(10) & Chr(10) &
'nnew ' & Chr(10) & Chr(10)

I think this will solve your problem in Ajax.

Regards,

Ravi

georgina_spary
New Contributor II

text object formatting

I had the same problem and sadly this solution didn't work for me, would be really keen to see any further ideas

formido
New Contributor

text object formatting

Hello, I'm also looking for a solution to this problem. Did you find any?

Employee
Employee

Re: text object formatting

Take a look at this. Here is another way I taught to do it with out using CHR(10) and (13). I have just used the enter key inside the ' '.

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