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I know in v2 it was a \n but I've searched through the help file and I don't see it anywhere in V3. any tips?

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you can use @LF for that..

msgbox(4096,"Title","Line1" & @LF & "Line2")

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I prefer @CRLF if you get used to it, you won't make any dos conversions on later scripts, such as FileWriteLine($file, "Line2" & @CRLF) of course it is more typing.

Some windows programs will act a bit funny if you have @cr or @lf instead of @CRLF.

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