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Introduction to a new Dynamics 365 Setting – Allow text wrapping in form fields labels and values

Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 July Update includes a new simple, yet very useful new setting called “Allow text wrapping in form fields labels and values”. This setting is available in “System Settings” under “General” tab.

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In this blog, I will be going through what this setting does, and how it changes the way a label and value of a field is presentation on a form.
I created a custom attribute called “Magnetism Auckland Office Printer ID”. I added it to a form section which has “Field Label Width” set to 115. I saved and published all the changes.

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To see what my field label and its value looked like without using “Allow text wrapping in form fields labels and values”, I went to system settings and set its value to “No”. I created a new Contact record, and following is what “Magnetism Auckland Office Printer ID” field’s label and value looked like on the form.

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To see what difference the new setting “Allow text wrapping in form fields labels and values” would make, I went back to system setting and changed its value to “Yes”. Then I reopened the same contact record, and following is what “Magnetism Auckland Office Printer ID” field’s label and value looked like on the form.

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The label of the field was successfully wrapped. However, the value stored inside the field wasn’t wrapped. The value I stored in the field was a string of 52 characters long but only first 41 characters were visible on the form. This could be because this setting doesn’t wrap a single string. To confirm, I populated the value in “Magnetism Solutions Auckland Office Printer ID” with two strings of 21 characters long each. However, this time the value stored inside the field was wrapped too.

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Another thing I wanted to check was whether if the value is still wrapped even if the label of the field is not too long. To test this case, I changed the label of field “Magnetism Auckland Office Printer ID” to “Printer ID”, saved and published the changes. Then I reopened the same contact record, and still the value stored in “Magnetism Solutions Auckland Office Printer ID” (with label changed to “Printer ID”) was wrapped.

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However, there was one more thing that I was curious about. How many lines of field label can be wrapped and displayed without anything fading? To test this, I changed label again to make it even longer – “Magnetism Solutions Auckland Office Wireless Printer Identification Number”. Then I saved and published the changes. Then I reopened the same contact Record.  This time however, only first two lines were completely visible, and rest of the label text was either missing or started to fade away.

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Both axes labels and frame to my graph

 Both axes labels and frame to my graph

Seems like I can’t ad axes labels and a frame to my graph.

I am trying this:

Plot[Blackvolality[k], {k, 0, 0.1}, AxesLabel -> {Volatility, Strike},
PlotLabel -> "Beta=0"]

This work fine^. But when I add frame to it:

Plot[Blackvolality[k], {k, 0, 0.1}, AxesLabel -> {Volatility, Strike},
PlotLabel -> "Beta=0",Frame->True]

Suddenly my Axes labels disappear. How Come? How can I have both?

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Permutations on graph vertex labels

 Permutations on graph vertex labels

I want to generate all the possible adjacency matrices of equivalent unlabeled graphs. For example, consider the simple path graph of three vertices. There are three possible adjacency matrices:

a1={{0, 1, 0}, {1, 0, 1}, {0, 1, 0}};
a2={{0, 1, 1}, {1, 0, 0}, {1, 0, 0}};
a3={{0, 0, 1}, {0, 0, 1}, {1, 1, 0}};

Each matrix corresponding to a different (numerical) labeling of the vertices.

Is there a way to generate the other representations given any one of them for any simply connected graph?

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