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I am using DBLookup to find what I want in a view.  I get this great text list "apples, pears, grapes".  This is being called from a computed text field.  Is there anyway I can display the values on separate lines?  I have tried field set to computed with display separate values on new line, didn't work for me.  I would like to keep it in a computed text field if possible.

So, ideally I would have:

Apple
Pears
Grapes

No commas anywhere.
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@implode(@dblookup("":"";"<yourviewname>";"Yourkey";"yourfieldname");@newline)
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thanks as always.
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