Thanks for your answer.
I need this behavior because I have to generate and send XML to a web service.
This web service use a "special" tag to get information about an order and this tag has 70 characters maximum
For example you can have :
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<FreeText1>This is a comment on se</FreeText1>
<FreeText2>veral lines </FreeText2>
<FreeText3>for my example</FreeText3>
As you can see, if the truncate is done just after a space, I need to keep it intact in my XML tag.
Tidy default behavior is strange because it alter the original xml content.
Others online XML beautifier or event XML Tools plugin on Notepad++ does not have this behavior.
So, it does not matter. I really love RJ TextED!