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GUICTRLCreateEdit v.s. MSGBOX formatting

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The title is a little wierd but here is my problem.

I have a plink output wich displays a big chunck of output.

If i put it in a messagebox the formatting is good.

All lines are under each other and its good readable.

When i put the output in a editfield it displays as one long string.

My question is How can i control the edit field so it displays as lines as well like the messagebox?

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I assume your "edit field" is a GUICtrlCreateEdit. If you want to break lines then just use a @CRLF.

$string = "Line 1" & @CRLF & "Line 2"

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If i put in the data myself that would be great but....

The StdOut of plink.exe puts in the data.

It goes like this:

Global $ret = _MyRun("C:uldplink.exe -v -pw "&$connectww&" "&$connectuser&"@"&$connectserver&$command&$tocheck)

GUICtrlSetData($output, $ret)

My Editfield shows it as one string. But if i msgbox it it shows it formatted.

Entry: blablablaUsername: xxxxxxxxUser ID: 29022Primary group: blablablaCompany ID: lkdjfsldkfjUser info: pa, Jones (John), 465100Email address: something@dot.comCreated: Wed Oct 5 07:23:34 CEST 2011Password expire: Sun Aug 5 05:35:40 CEST 2012User revoke date: (none)Exp. warned: 0Failed logins: 0Authgroup: Sysgroup:

vallues

But if i msgbox it it shows it formatted

MsgBox(0,"test",$ret)

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blablabla

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Entry: blablabla

Username: xxxxxxxx

User ID: 29022

Primary group: blablabla

Company ID: lkdjfsldkfj

User info: pa, Jones (John), 465100

Email address: something@dot.com

Created: Wed Oct 5 07:23:34 CEST 2011

Password expire: Sun Aug 5 05:35:40 CEST 2012

User revoke date: (none)

Exp. warned: 0

Failed logins: 0

Authgroup: Sysgroup:

vallues

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OK

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