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  1. I'm trying to display a Unicode character on a label but get an rectangle instead is it possible to successfully display all Unicode characters on GUI on labels buttons etc? the one i'm trying to display is ChrW(11034) which is ⬚ $square = GUICtrlCreateLabel(ChrW(11034),10,20, 10, 15)
  2. Can someone confirm that GuiCtrlCreateLabel does not calculate the correct height, when the height parameter is omitted (allowing the function to calculate the required height) and the width of the text string causes word wrapping. I find the description of the height parameter a bit unclear, but believe it should calculate the correct height if the height parameter is omitted, is –1, or is Default. It does so when a multi-line string (one containing @LF to avoid word wrapping), is used, but not if word wrapping occurs. Here’s a simple GUI demonstrating this issue: #include <GUIConstants
  3. Hello, Several places in my Tabbed GUI input is overwritten again and again. the problem is that I can't get the old text to go away. So it overlaps until it is a mixed up line of unreadable black. In the sample below if you go to TAB4, Enter some text in the input box, click OK. Thinks look normal. Go to the input box agaion and change or add more text and click on OK. Not so Good. Thanks! #include <Array.au3> ;#include <AVIConstants.au3> #include <Constants.au3> ;#include <Date.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <GuiListView.au3> ;#in
  4. NO code, but a question...what is your method for adding a control in an already created GUI. Say you created your GUI, and then decided that there was something missing, and you wanted to put it in the middle or where ever...you have to move all the controls after it and it is a pain. Does anyone have an easy method, or the method you choose to begin with so you do not have to worry about this coming up in the future?
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