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Re: Print textarea content in justify alignment in a dynamic document
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The paragraph is dynamic, and has to be entered by the user. So it is not possible to have a separator entity in xml.

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I am having: in my xml, and I think that is why when I enter 2 paragraphs on UI, the last line of paragraph 1 fills the text area from left to right. While the last line of my entire text (i.e. the last line of paragraph 2) is left aligned.Could you provide a work around for the last line of paragraph 1?

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LiveCycle Designer​I have a UI that has a text area for User Comments/Feedback, and the response is mapped to a dynamic form that is generated when the form is submitted. Now, the User comments should be displayed in 'Justify Alignment' on the document. But there is a glitch, that is - if the user enters his comments in points or paragraphs, then on the document the newline between the points/paragraphs is not identified. As a result, if a sentence ends in the middle of the page, the half line i...

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