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I've created a form we are trying to use for data collection from Head of departments. Each question requires a summary and with the forms widget currently being very limited I'm having to use the 'Description' field for this summary.

This summary field appears to be limited to a certain number of characters and anything else added disappears - is there any quick html that I can use to stop this happening. I've already added the code below to stop the description text having a set width to the left of the form (which seemed pretty pointless anyway just wasting space on the page!).

 

.ui-draggable-editor .input-description-pair p, .ui-draggable-element .input-description-pair p {width:100%;}

@Graham Quince 

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Hi @clangstaff,

Well, that's frustrating.   I've been playing around with:

<style>
  .form-header p:before {
      content:"Lorem Ipsum \A new line";
      white-space:pre;
  }
</style>

Unfortunately, that's adding the content twice, once to the description and once to the hint text.

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