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Why don't pred and succ wrap text?

Why don't pred and succ wrap text?

Why don't pred and succ wrap text?

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I am able to get the text in task" to text wrap; why won't the numbers in the "predecessors" or "successors" wrap also?  I'm making the row high enough.  thanks...

RE: Why don't pred and succ wrap text?

I never been able to do it either.  I always play with fonts and sizes.  'Arial Narrow' is good.

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RE: Why don't pred and succ wrap text?

Just for the record, it won't wrap because MSP won't allow any spaces to remain between the numbers, although it is happy to allow other spaces to remain ("20FS+10 d", for example).

As of this moment, this has got to be the single most annoying aspect of MSP for me. People have been complaining about this bug for at least the last three versions and MS still hasn't fixed it! They even have extra code to delete spaces you add manually!

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