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  1. First I want to thanks to RoyGlanfield for : Printing RichEdit A long time ago I was wondering how to print RTF files in the background. I just used to use this solution: ShellExecuteWait($sRTF_FileFullPath, '', '', 'print') Unfortunately, it is slow and is not done, in the background. A few days ago I was looking for a solution through google. I found a solution at home and exactly here. I modified it a little, and behold, here it is: #include-once #AutoIt3Wrapper_Au3Check_Parameters=-q -d -w 1 -w 2 -w 3 -w- 4 -w 5 -w 6 -w- 7 #Tidy_Parameters=/sort_funcs /reel #Re
  2. Hi, For an internal project I want to write internal script to mail some special request to an external party. To make it a little bit universal I decided that the user should be able to write or edit the e-mail signature. Because I wanted to put a logo into the e-mail, I decided to use RichEdit. I I found the following code by @UEZ and adapted it a little to save and load. When I start the script and edit the text only, I can save and load the signature.rtf. However the moment I resize one of the images (with the mouse), the script wil only save the edited image. So
  3. Here: https://github.com/nachbar/TRichViewToPdfUsingDebenu/blob/master/Unit1.cpp I found a code in C++ for file format conversion from RTF to PDF with using Debenu QuickPDF. I know how to use Debenu QuickPDF in AutoIt . My question is about RTF part of this code: HDC hdcNew = debenu->GetCanvasDC( RTFPRINTINGDOTSPERINCH * RTFPAGEWIDTHININCHES, RTFPRINTINGDOTSPERINCH * RTFPAGEHEIGHTININCHES); canvas = new TCanvas; canvas->Handle = hdcNew; RVReportHelper1->DrawPage( PageCounter, canvas, true, RTFPRINTINGDOTSPERINC
  4. I am seeing a weird result when pasting some lines from the forum into WordPad, even while using Paste Special > Unformatted Text ... Example: copy the reply from the first post here: Go to WordPad and Paste Special > Unformatted Text (Ctrl + Alt + v) Result is two fonts instead of one "unformatted" (I took out the blank lines): If you analyze the .rtf code, it has this font command in it: {\f1\fnil\fcharset134 SimSun;}} (1) Why is that there, or how can it even get through Paste Special? Is it really there, or is it a one-in-a-million text combo that trigge
  5. When I stream richtedit content to a .rtf file and want to open it, word tells me the file is locked by another user (I guess it's my program). Now, if I close my program or open the file in read-only mode, the document is empty. Here's the code I used: $MyDocsFolder = "::{450D8FBA-AD25-11D0-98A8-0800361B1103}" $where = FileSaveDialog("Plan Speichern", $MyDocsFolder,"Rich Text Files (*.rtf)", 2) If StringInStr($where,".rtf") Then _FileCreate($where) $infile = _GUICtrlRichEdit_StreamToFile($Edit1, $where) Else $where = $where & ".rtf" _FileCreate($where) $infile = _GUICtrlRichEdit
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