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  1. "vintage" terminal This is a funny old style terminal simulator capable to understand and interpretate ANSI escape sequences. It allows printing of text in various colors and are also allowed styles like underline, italic, blink and flash You can print in any position of the screen by using some dedicated functions or by simply printing whole strings with embedded appropriate ANSI escape sequences. You can use it as a simil-terminal that fit within a whole window, or as an embeddable GUI control you can place within your GUI. Even if i've enjoyed on building this, I've to say
  2. Heya AutoIt Community, I'm sure this has been posted tons of times before, and I googled & forum'd it and found relevant topics, but none of these fixes apply to my particular code for some reason. What I have right now: ShellExecute("""" & $sProgramPath & """" & " !LoadLayout " & """" & $sLayout2 & """")What I want to happen: "C:\Program Files\Program\Program.exe" !LoadLayout "Working"What actually happens: Windows cannot find 'C:\Program Files\Program\
  3. Hi all.. i need to make a new line, i googled it and it said to use... `n .... for a new line.. however im getting an illegal character error on au3.. so how does one write the NEW LINE escape character?
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