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Instructions Box for Koda ???

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got a window that pop's up and I want the user to fill out my guictrlcreateinput <<< works fine

but I want on the left side a list of instructions that say something like:

Welcome to my app

once you've filled this out we'll do this.

Also feel free to click this on your systray for more help

more info stuff here

and more here

I can't get the multiple lines to show. I was using a guictrlcreateinput and trying to expand the size and putting my text there, but I'm open to anyone who has a better way of doing this.

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If you want multiple lines in an input then you use an edit instead :x GUICtrlCreateEdit

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If you want multiple lines in an input then you use an edit instead :x GUICtrlCreateEdit

Thank you worked like a champ :P

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