Using Ubuntu Linux 20.04 I would like to use a graphical diff tool (like Meld, Kdiff3, Kompare, etc.) that supports automatic line breaks. What I mean by that is that I would like to see the entire text in the graphical window that's available to me, without the need of scrolling horizontally, as this is incredibly painful when using text (scientific papers) with very long lines (i.e., long paragraphs).
I've checked all "top X diff tools" webpages and tried more than 10 graphical diff tools. NONE of them supports automatic word wraps/line breaks (or however they are called). In all of them, long lones are just endlessly long lines.
Fun fact: I know that meld did support this at some point, but apparently it does not anymore, for some extremely weird reason they've just removed this feature.
To be more precise, kdiff3 actually does support this, but it seems that it does not allow to edit the text being displayed, which is another extremely essential feature since diff tools get "confused" very easily, so one needs to constantly do some minor alterations to the text so that the differ keepz regognizing similarities.
So, can anybody recommend such a tool to me? It's driving me crazy that I can't use a differ anymore...