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    EditBox problem

    How to display the text on new line everytime the updateData(FALSE) is executed?
    The editbox is in disable mode

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    Re: EditBox problem

    Quote Originally Posted by scorrpeio View Post
    How to display the text on new line everytime the updateData(FALSE) is executed?
    First of all your edit control must have ES_MULTILINE style plus either ES_AUTOVSCROLL or ES_WANTRETURN (please, read the MSDN about using these styles).
    Inserting "\r\n" in the text to be displayed in the edit control will cause the line break.
    The editbox is in disable mode
    It does not make any sense.
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    Re: EditBox problem

    First resize your edit control, then set multiline property and then use a CString variable with \r\n before of every new line.
    Code:
    m_strMulti = _T("Line 1 \r\n New Line");

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    Re: EditBox problem

    The editbox is in disable mode
    You mean you cannot manually input text there? That is called "read-only" state, not "disable mode".
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    Re: EditBox problem

    Thank you everybody!!!
    It is working.

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