Is it possible to go to next line in a text label

I just want to know if it is possible to make a text label display text in two lines
Example: Text: “Hey there, welcome”… I want “Hey there,” in the first line and “welcome” in the second line.
can we use something like “/n”

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Taken from documentation on textlabel
“This property may contain newline characters, however, it is not possible to type newline characters within the Properties window. Similarly, this property may contain a tab character, but it will render as a space instead.”

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You can use space.

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that wouldn’t make it perfectly aligned…

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Then you can use more than one text label.

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You can use \n to create a new line.
TextLabel.Text = "Hey there,\nwelcome"

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You can use \n but you will need to have RichText enabled in the textLabel’s properties

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You do not need for \n RichText enabled.

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you can use this:

Hey there, <br />
welcome VSCPlays
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Oh really? I didn’t know that!

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does that work in Lua ?

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yes, but you need RichText enabled

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I am aware of that but I don’t want it to change it in script, I want to change it in the properties tab but as @Wigglyaa said, it’s not possible

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Well then as @VSCPlays said you can use this

but you have to turn on “RichText”

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