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  1. #1
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    Oct 2012

    Any Codejock Users Out there?

    I am finally getting back into writing code and need a little help. I still have the XTP ToolKit version 13. I am trying to do something very simple and for the life of me can't figure it out. Here is my situation.

    I created a basic new project with multi documents. I can read a document into memory and it displays in the child frame. Since the XTPro Toolkit uses it's own class to control this document I don't understand how to retake control and manipulate the document (XTPEditCtrl::GetTopRow, XTPEditCtrl::SetTopRow, XTPEditCtrl::GetLineText, XTPEditCtrl::SetText, etc.).

    How do I obtain a pointer to the document and then retrieve the contents for GetTopRow, SetTopRow, GetLineText, SetText, etc.

    An example would be most appreciated. I have been trying to do this for over a week and I am learning stuff, but not what I need at the moment



  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2003

    Re: Any Codejock Users Out there?

    I suppose you have a View class somewhere in your project?
    From that View class you should have access to the control that is being used by the view.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2012

    Unhappy Re: Any Codejock Users Out there?

    Yes, I do have a view class and I can obtain somewhat limited control of the view. The view is a scroll window and I want to be able to read the lines of text, scroll the window up/down, know what line is at the top/bottom of the view. All of this is available within the Codejock code but I just can't seem to find the right object to use as a reference to the data.

    Sadly I am not a "current" customer so have no permission to ask/receive technical assistance on their website.


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