I happen to write long dialogue texts and they end in being a single super long line with a lot of \n inbetween. It is completely unreadable.
It would be nice to have wordwrpa but even more useful : being able to add line breaks like traditional code (example hereunder)
say "This is a line of text\n
this is anotehr line\n
yet another line"
YES - that would be great!!!
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These are actually supported just not documented.
\n = Line break
\f = Page break
Perhaps @arisa or @shaun could add them to the doco.
I mean, a word wrap in the editor (meaning we could avoid scrolling horizontally to read long lines of code)
Oh I see! forgive me!
That might mess with the line count…
You could try Pulp+
It adds a number of handy quality of life changes.
Wow! Didn't know that!!
I may try it (though I do not like the horizontal scrolling. I like to have all the items on a single screen without having to scroll... and I also happen to use on iPad as well...)
Lots of the features are make the large screen desktop experience better.
But Pulp+ has sittings you can turn off so you don't have to take it all.
Some I can't live without now.