Re: Word Wrapping
Posted: 04/27/2003 11:05:22
By default., wrapping border is equal to the width of window. But if the
document contains wide items (wide pictures, tables, no-wrap paragraphs),
wrapping border is equal to the width of the widest item. In short, wrapping
border is equal to the width of horizontal scrolling area.
If you set MaxTextWidth to nonzero, it defines a wrapping border, regardless
of width of window or width of widest item.
If you set rvoClientTextWidth in Options, wrapping border is always equal to
the width of window, even if there are wider items.
MinTextWidth defines a minimal width of horizontal scrolling area.
> How do I word wrap my RVEdit? Please give suggestions.
> Do I set rvoClientTextWidth to true? Do I set the mintextWidth and if so
> to what value. My screen resolution is 800x600 and if this changes do I
> to change the minTextWidth.
> I cannot yet understand the concept so give a brief summary for me to try
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