Wrap tools

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Commit Wrapping (Alt+Ctrl+W)

Commits actual word-wrapping of the lines in the selection. This tool is enabled only if Word Wrap is enabled.

Note: The word-wrapping is commited as actually visualy rendered. Commited word-wrapping is permanent and affects how the document is saved, printed and further displayed.

See also Unwrap Paragraphs and Unwrap Lines tools.

Unwrap Paragraphs (Ctrl+Shift+W)

Unwraps lines of each paragraph in the selection by concatenating them into a single line. One Space character is placed between every two concatenated lines, if there is no white-space already present at the point of connexion.

Note that if lines were formerly wrapped/committed by Commit Wrapping tool, this tool will not undo that exactly as expected. This is because this tool needs lines to be divided into paragraphs to let them separated; as opposed to the fact that a sequence of several lines form only one paragraph and is committed by Commit Wrapping tool again into only one paragraph.

See also Unwrap Lines and Commit Wrapping tools.

Unwrap Lines (Alt+Ctrl+Shift+W)

Unwraps lines in the selection by concatenating them into a single line. One Space character is placed between every two concatenated lines, if there is no white-space already present at the point of connexion.

Note: This tool always transforms the selection into only one single line.

See also Unwrap Paragraphs and Commit Wrapping tools.

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