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    • By TheDcoder
      Hi everyone,
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      But I get failure
      What gives?
      Thanks for the help in advance!
    • By trescon
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    • By 232showtime
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    • By caramen
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    • By kitoy
      I wanted to make a countdown timer without queueing the countdown message to the next line but the previous data is removed after using GUICtrlSetData. Any thoughts on how to display the previous data/message?

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