I found a nasty work around. When I place the row, I check if it overflows, if so then I add a single space character to the end and the vertical sizing adjusts automatically.
Cause that makes sense.... (insert sarcasm)
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it makes somewhat sense because of how the paragraph composer works.
you can also try something like cell.texts.recompose();
I'll try out recompose.
How does the paragraph composer work? Or perhaps a more fair question would be how does one learn how the paragraph composer works? I find more and more I ask myself why something works the way it does.
Recompose doesn't seem to change anything. I've also found that one space doesn't seem to be enough for all cells. 5 spaces seems to do the trick. If it's for print it's fine, haha I can only imagine if someone inherits the indesign document they'll be shaking their heads as to why some dolt put five spaces at the end of every row!