I managed to build a metric with text in a card, but resulted too long and when applying Word Wrap it doesn't appear to be working.
My card shows like this:
I think I have the same issue still. I can check on/off the card visual but the function is not working.
I used the Custom Visual instead from MAQ Software "Text Wrapper".
I cannot believe this is still an issue!!! Micrsoft, it is ridiculous this visual will still not wrap the category text. How about improving visuals that havent been touched in years and a few less of the fancy ones that people rarely use.
This is a really old thread, but happens to be a question I have now. Any way to wrap the text for a measure / field in a card? This is not useful as it stands. I tried 'Cards with States' but no love there either.
The built-in standard Card Visual that comes with PBI does not allow the Category Label to wrap!
However this option exists in the Card with States Visual (probably the most used Custom Visual)
This visual is highly customizable - give it a try!
@Vicky_Song, this can't possibly be "By Design." This reduces the value of the Card visualization as you now can't use it for displaying text returned from a DAX measure. The fact that the data label wraps is even more troubling as I can't think of a reason I'd need the data label to wrap. The support email I had received suggested a bug was filed.
Looks like I'll have to rally people via UserVoice and log support tickets to fix a bug.
@trebgatte, thanks for this information. Maybe there is somewhere wrong I need to figure out as we got mismatch info. Would you mind sharing me your ticket ID so I can reach out the engineer who helped you to have a double confirmation?
@Vicky_Song Any more information about this issue??
I get my data from Project Online and I got fields with text including HTML tags for next line. I need to have a way to present this text. The closest I have come is by using the LongTextViewer custom visual. Unfortunately though this visual doesn't support HTML tags.
There is text wrap in the query editor for some weird reason and HTML tags are also recognised. But this isn't true outside of the query editor.
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