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JiX
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Format Commas to start a new line (MultiValueDelimiter)

Is there a way to make the MultiValueDelimiter create a new line instead of using a comma?

 

Default:  ", "

 

Is there a way to make that a carriage return?

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wardm95
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Re: Format Commas to start a new line (MultiValueDelimiter)

I did not find a way to change the delimiter to a line seperator.

However, I did find a workaround on how to achieve the wanted result.

 

Insert a new HTML Text field and set the HtmlText to

Concat(DataCardValueExample.SelectedItems; Value; "<br>")

Where DataCardValueExample is the combobox.

Finally, you need to make the combobox invisible.

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CMee
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Re: Format Commas to start a new line (MultiValueDelimiter)

You could possibly make use of the Char function.

 

Combobox.MultiValueDelimiter = Char(13)
JiX
Level: Powered On

Re: Format Commas to start a new line (MultiValueDelimiter)

really appreciate the quick response....sadly, that didn't work.  it just leaves them next to each other with no delimiter.

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SteveCarter
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Re: Format Commas to start a new line (MultiValueDelimiter)

Hey,

 

Did you ever find out how to do this?  I want my combobox to display its items one on each line.  The items in the box are created by a choices call to a sharepoint list.

 

For example:

(currently)

Owners

owner1, owner2, owner3

 

(what I want)

Owners

owner1

owner2

owner3

 

I thought it would be as easy as changing the MultiValueDelimiter to char(13) (or similar), but it's not working.

 

Teams_Powerapps.JPG

 

Any ideas?

 

VanessaC
Level: Powered On

Re: Format Commas to start a new line (MultiValueDelimiter)

Hey,

Has someone found a workaround for this?

Thanks

wardm95
Level: Power Up

Re: Format Commas to start a new line (MultiValueDelimiter)

I did not find a way to change the delimiter to a line seperator.

However, I did find a workaround on how to achieve the wanted result.

 

Insert a new HTML Text field and set the HtmlText to

Concat(DataCardValueExample.SelectedItems; Value; "<br>")

Where DataCardValueExample is the combobox.

Finally, you need to make the combobox invisible.

PowerApps.png

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