I want my Text to always be centered (vertical and horizontal) in a defined rectangle and never grow bigger than the defined horizontal borders. The following screenshot visualizes the desired result: My text is left-aligned, and the longest line of text defines the horizontal center point of the text. The vertical center point is defined by the total amount of lines, or the height of the Rect-Transform. To achieve this, I created an Image and added a Vertical Layout Group, and set Child Alignment to Middle Center and ticked Control Child Size Width and Height. (Since I only use the Layout Group to position and resize its one child (the text), I could also use a Horizontal Layout Group). Then I added a TMP-Text as a Child of that Image. Done. Limitation of my current solution: The expected behavior only occurs when I do a manual line-break. The problem is, when I use an auto-line-break (Wrapping set to Enabled), the Rect-Transform of the text grows to its maximum size, and does the line-break. Now the text is not centered anymore. The distance between the word "text" and the right border is way bigger than the distance between the left border and the word "This". I would expect that the text would be tightly surrounded by the Rect-Transform, as seen in the first screenshot. How can I set up my left-aligned text to always be centered within a defined rectangle while also using auto-line-breaks?