I'm trying to make a table using multi-row. The contents of each cell come from a database, so I don't know how long they will be. I used a \parbox to wrap the contents at the desired width, and for normal cells they grow as need to contain the contents.
However, with multi-row the contents do not cause the cell to grow (longer) if need.
It also doesn't obey the [t] top alignment when the contents are longer than the box.
Here's an example:
I've tried many different things, including a table inside the multirow, but so far nothing has worked.
Is there a way to make multirow behave like I want?
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