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_GUICtrlEdit_Undo not work in a loop?

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cyanidemonkey

I am using a Edit field as a text display, I am trying to do a pause that waits 60 seconds before retry and want to add a counter at the end of the text that counts but it just keeps adding text, ie; (1) (2) (3) etc, I wanted to add (1) remove it then add (2) etc...

Does _GUICtrlEdit_Undo not work in loops?

Local $j = 1
      Do
         _GUICtrlEdit_AppendText($idEdit," (" & $j & ")")
         Sleep(1000)
         _GUICtrlEdit_Undo($idEdit)
         $j +=1
      Until $j = 60

Result:

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) and so on.


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MikahS

Using

ControlSetText($hWnd, $j, "[CLASS: Edit]", "")
instead of
_GUICtrlEdit_Undo()
might work out better for you.

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Melba23

cyanidemonkey.

 

I am using a Edit field as a text display

Why are you misusing an Edit control for this rather then using the Label control which is specifically designed for displaying text? :huh:

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MikahS

Melba is correct, you might actually help yourself by using a label control and

GUICtrlSetData()

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MikahS

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