In updating from Unity 2019 to 2020, it appears the TextMeshPro (TMP_Text) is behaving differently. The code for TMP stayed the same upon updating Unity, so I presume Unity itself must be doing something differently. Nevertheless, I also updated the TMP package and it did not resolve the issue.
The Issue: I have two lines of text in one text box. I want the overflow to be truncated, but to keep the second line in existence. Example Input:
This is the really long text on the first line that I want cut but still have this line show.
In short, I want it to read as follows when using the "truncate" option like it used to work before
This is the really long text still have this line show.
Instead, the second line disappears and it acts as if I have only that first line (centered vertically).
This is the really long text
So how do I get this functionality back? Is it possible?