While I am able to set the text wrapping ON while editing in plugged-in Diagramly (is it just an instance of online Draw.io?), the text shows as a one-liner sticking out of the boxes as soon as I am beck to Confluence and the diagram is rendered within the normal Confluence page view.
Fixes regarding text formatting in graph viewer were done in plugin versions 2.5.1, 2.6.0 and 2.6.1.
The latest plugin version(2.6.1) is showing no signs of illness in Chrome 28, Firefox 23, IE 8,9,10, Safari 5.1.7 and Opera 12.15.
Tested with diagram found at this link
If you are still having problems, we'd need to know which browser are you using. Also a screenshot and a test diagram would help.
To clarify, word wrapping works in editor mode, but not in viewer mode? What browser are you using please? Could you go to File->Edit and copy and paste the XML somewhere I can view it? If you don't want to publicly show the diagram, we can arrange to pass it privately.
From original poster (email@example.com):
* Atlassian: Atlassian Confluence 5.1.3
* PLugin: when opened help-about gives:
draw.io is an online diagramming
application built using the
<small>© 2005-2013 JGraph Ltd.</small>I will try to get the helpdesk to refer me to someone who manages Confluence to get a more specific answer about plugin version.
NOTE: Did I say that when I edit the Confluence page (not editing Diagramy diagram), the wrapping happens! But not when I saved the Confluence page and simply view it in the browser...
Thank you for your time. The issue seems to be resolved after our HelpDesk updated the Diagramly to the what they described only as "current version" as of 08/19/2013. Now it works and shows wrapping the text in shapes in both edit and view modes.
I believe I marked your answer as resolution, but if there is a more formal process of resolving the issue, please, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will do it.