By default Indigo only performs line wrapping in the session data window when a line termination character is received.
Some devices/hosts do not send any carriage return (0x0D) or line feed (0x0A) characters and you may want the data to be displayed on multiple lines in the data window.
Enabling this option will force the terminal session to perform a line wrap after the specified number of characters have been rendered to a row on the screen.
This feature is only supported in the Standard view mode.
Auto line wrapping may be a useful feature to enable when working with unstructured or raw binary data.