WordWrap property for PowerScript controls
WordWrap determines how a rich text control displays large
blocks of text that do not contain spaces or other word-breaking
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markers, but not hyphens). If the last word in a block of text is
too large to fit on a line when WordWrap is enabled, the rich text
control splits the word and displays the nonfitting characters on
the following line.
When WordWrap is disabled, users cannot enter characters (other
than word–breaking characters) beyond the right margin,
and must move the cursor to a new line to continue entering text.
If a document is inserted when WordWrap is disabled, and the document
conatins a block of text too large to fit on a line, the rich text
control hides the nonfitting characters, even when the text eventually
breaks to a new line because of a space or other word–breaking character.
WordWrap can be enabled or disabled by the user at runtime
from the Properties item on the pop-up menu when the PopMenu property
is enabled. If characters from an inserted text are hidden because
WordWrap is disabled, and the user subsequently enables WordWrap,
the hidden characters will be displayed on the next line of the
rich text control. If the same text is inserted when WordWrap is
enabled, and the user subsequently disables WordWrap, the rich text
control hides previously visible characters that had wrapped to
the next line.
In a painter
To enable word wrap:
Select the WordWrap check box on the Document
tab page of the control’s Properties view.
The WordWrap property takes a boolean value.
The following line enables word wrapping for a RichTextEdit
rte_1.WordWrap = TRUE