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  • aleidenfrost

    Hi jqwidgets team!
    I want to use jqxTextArea to show wide input fields. At first, this seems to work: I set the width to large percentages and the text area appears in the appropriate size.
    The problem is: when you enter text, all lines break after 248px if the text area is wider than that.
    This is my html:

    <body style="width:100%">
                <div style="float:left; margin:2em;width:45%;height:30%">
                    <textarea id="firstTextArea" style="width:100%;height:90%"></textarea>
                <div style="float:left; margin:2em;width:45%; height:30%">
                    <textarea id="secondTextArea" style="width:100%;height:90%"></textarea>

    and this is my initialisation (called in the success function of an ajax call):

                            width: "100%",
                            height: "100%",
                            placeHolder: "interne Fehleranalyse"
                            width: "100%",
                            height: "100%",
                            placeHolder: "externe Fehleranalyse"

    Is there some additional property I have to set to get the text to use the whole widget’s width?

    Thanks for your help,

    Peter Stoev

    Hi Anne,

    Thank you for the feedback.

    We will look into that and test this case.

    Best Regards,
    Peter Stoev

    jQWidgets Team


    Was this corrected? I have the same issue. I set the widgets width to 100% however, the text area ends up being a fraction of the overall widget width.


    <textarea id="action"></textarea>

    $('#action').jqxTextArea({ height: 300, width: '100%', minLength: 1, maxLength: 4000, placeHolder: "Actions necessary for interface issues..."});


    Hi upstate18,

    In our fiddle it works fine: http://jsfiddle.net/jqwidgets/s9h7Lxgs/ with the width set to 100%


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