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Steve asked on 13 Jun 2011, 05:17 PM
I keep getting my code truncated to new lines...is this a JC thing or something in VS2010?

It's faily new so I assume JC...if so, how can I find the option to change the behaviour

foreach (var item in preLoadedItems) {
                detailsText.AppendLine("<div class='preLoaded_text'>");
                detailsText.AppendLine("    <h3>This rotation has been preloaded for you</h3>");
                detailsText.AppendLine(
                    String.Format("<p>You have been placed at {0}</p>",
                                  preLoadedItem.CpsSiteCapacityRule.CpsSiteCapacity.CommonLocation.LocationName));
                detailsText.AppendLine(
                    String.Format("<p>{0} to {1}</p>",
                                  preLoadedItem.Startdate.ToString("dddd MMMM dd yyyy"),
                                  preLoadedItem.Enddate.ToString("dddd MMMM dd yyyy")));
                detailsText.AppendLine("</div>");
            }

I would prefer if lines truncate to a new line every time


**EDIT**
I think I found it...is this Word Wrap?

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Kaloyan
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answered on 16 Jun 2011, 03:31 PM
Hello Steve,

You're right, that's definitely the VS2010 Word wrap option (msdn).

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