As I said, this works like a dream when there's no \n in "answer". I was hoping there was a way to strip out the \n's from the property. I've tried the filter option, hoping that it would strip out the \n, or even maybe replace them with <br/>s.
Joined: Jul 15, 2003
Just wanted you to know I hacked my way around it. I put the field in html as a hidden field:
It's what we in norway would call a "grisehack" (pighack), but it seems to work.
Still, if anyone know a more elegant solution, please let me know.