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Labels - Multiline is disabled if $SS_CENTERIMAGE used

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Using $SS_CENTERIMAGE allows me to vertically center the text in a label, but seems to disable multiline functionality.  $SS_LEFT/RIGHT/CENTER seem to be ok.

Is there a way I can combine vertical centering and multiline?

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As explained in this thread you need to use my StringSize UDF and some maths. ;)

Please ask if you get stuck implementing the solution I suggested. :)


P.S. And I never did find a solution to the problem discussed at the end of that thread. :(

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I actually already have the StringSize UDF, which thusfar I've used to determine the size of a label the would be created.  Works nicely for that.  Will now have to look into it for vertical centering.  Thanks!

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