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how to write multiple lines with line feeds and carriage returns in the beta viewer CHUI ?


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I didn't try it with the new CHUI but here's some things you can try:

since the ASCII formats is apparent in SL and being used in scripts this way too you could try the newline or carriage return commands:

  •  \n
  •  \r

type these along with your text i.e. :textline1 \n textline2 \n textline3  - and see if that works.

In general when you copy & paste text included linebreak commands are copied too and then applied when being pasted. So best try is to add them yourself to the text and see if the Beta / CHUI will accept that.

 

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I didn't try it with the new CHUI but here's some things you can try:

since the ASCII formats is apparent in SL and being used in scripts this way too you could try the newline or carriage return commands:

  •  \n
  •  \r

type these along with your text i.e. :textline1 \n textline2 \n textline3  - and see if that works.

In general when you copy & paste text included linebreak commands are copied too and then applied when being pasted. So best try is to add them yourself to the text and see if the Beta / CHUI will accept that.

 

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