“\n” doesn’t do anything, and I can’t find any way to insert automatic line breaks if the line gets too long either.
I solved the line break issue by having each line of the text as a variable (4 in my case). Then I set the bbtext to var (line1)+NewLine ()+var (line2)+NewLine ()+var (line3)
And inside yarn i call command < < break > >
And if break is called i clear the variables.
With this method all lines inside yarn have to have the length you want.
If you use bbtext the linebreaks will happen automatically, but with the typewriter effect a word starts typing in one line and jumps down to the next after the length of the word exceeds the bbtext boarder. That’s why i use the 4 variable method to avoid these jumps.