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The Text field type has an option to skip the specialchars/htmlspecialchars function, which is normally called for security reasons (if one enters HTML into a Text field). Use it by adding a "skip_h" key into your "view" array, and set its value to true or false.
Use the "nl2br" as key in your "view" array and set its value to true or false. By default, it's set to false. So whenever set to true, every new line (mostly done by hitting enter in your textarea), will be converted to a blank rule (br).
For your form, you can have a "placeholder" within the text field. Let's say you want to give a brief description of what the user should be entering, instead of adding that into the label/description (to keep your form compact). Add a "placeholder" key into your "config" array, like so:
The default "rows" value for your textareas is set to 5. You can change it to any other numeric value you like, as long as it's above 0 (so yes, 1 is possible too, although not most likely to be used). So if you want to keep your forms compact, don't overdo it and make high textareas. For some situations though, it's very handy to make it long(er)!
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