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  1. the concept comes from someone else here, though i forget who (if you, let me know and i'll be glad to give credit) rather than toggling line wrapping on and off in an AutoIt multi-line edit control, which apparently is not doable, this function destroys and recreates the control, preserving various aspects of the original it works by creating the new control with or without a horizontal scroll bar ($WS_HSCROLL) i'm no pro, so critique is welcome #include-once #include <WinAPI.au3> #include <GUIEdit.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> ; #FUNCTION# ===========
  2. I have a list box control that allows me to see the output as the script runs. Since I control those outputs, I want the message to display neatly inside the list box without scrolling all the way to the right to read the text. I don't need anything fancy that calculates the length as I can just send a message from a new line. Sound simple enough but I'm having trouble getting the function to issue @CRLF and indent properly. I've already read through >this thread but it's not what I was looking for. This line did not enter a new line. GUICtrlSetData ($log_label, @HOUR & ":" &
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