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How to use a new line character for a text of an image in JAVA SWT?

Posted on 2013-11-19
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Hi,
I am working on a GUI in Java SWT and I need to write part of the text of an image to a new line.

However, \n and any other html fomratting did not work.

This is the code snippet I have:

item_SaveSelections = new ToolItem(custToolbar_CheckConfiguration.getToolBar(), SWT.PUSH);
item_SaveSelections.setImage(image_floppy_disk); item_SaveSelections.setText("Save selected items"); 

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What I want to do is to put a new line character after the word "Save".

Can you please help me with that?

Thanks,
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Unfortunately, the answer is... "It can't be done!"

Can you use a shorter label, eg. Save, and then put more useful information in a tooltip with  item_SaveSelections.setToolTipText("Save all selected items"); ?
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