I want the text from a text input to end up in a graph or sketch. Right now I have the text input going to a point label on a graph. But if the text is long, it will go off the screen. So I am looking for a way to have the text wrap? Also, it would be nice if there were a way to have a multi-line textbox on the graph. Any suggestions?
I think I found a way to type into a graph or sketch directly instead of a textbox on this thread: Input Fields In a Graph.
Still would love a way for text to wrap in the box at some point so a large input would not go off the screen.
Editable text and math in a graph is unfortunately still an unsupported feature, sorry.
I found a graph that had some comments with this feature in it so saved a copy for my own use and trimmed out the other functionality. If you copy a couple of lines, you’ll get whatever causes the break I don’t know myself) and can paste it in then change your text. It is fiddly but really helps separate a URL in a comment from surrounding text.
This doesn’t work for a pointLabel though.
True, the best workaround I can suggest for that would be to duplicate the point and use the text positioning option. Obviously maths variables can be included but I haven’t found any support for string variables.