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I'm having an issue with printing to pdf the address to look like this: Name
it ends up looking like this instead:
As you can see it does not recognize the new line, I had a workflow in V11 that ran perfectly see below screenshot:
So first I used the formula to replace the /n <br/>:
Then after the table I use a formula to fix it using the formula below:
Replace([Table],"<br />","<br />")
But after the 2018.3 update it does not work anymore. Does anyone know a solution to this? It seem as though the Visual layout tool is not recognizing the table anymore due to the formula being in the way
Sorry for the late reply, I was actually able to fix it by deleting it and then adding it back into the workflow, found that weird, but this solved it.
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