I have a layer consisting of appr. 30-45 classes. The majority of the classes has an item description containing multiple lines of text. In ArcMap I can achieve a layout like this
Is a similar layout possible in QGIS 3.8?
I know I can split text in a new line by the means of the 'Wrap text on' option described in this question.
I guess I could replace every line break in my text document with * and set * as my 'wrap text on'-character. However this is not very convenient in my case. Besides I can't find a way of adding bold font type to the "header/title" of the class. It would be nice if I could generate a "legend text file" (with tags and breaks) in beforehand and then import it to QGIS in some way.
I have experimented with HTML frame, paste in the legend text and add HTML tags for bold text and line breaks. The problem then is to get corresponding legend symbols (patches). It seems like it would demand a lot of manual editing.
I'm looking for a more automated way of doing it. Is there?