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lower part of letters like "p" and "g" missing: GuiCtrlCreateLabel

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GuiCtrlCreateLable  creates characters like "y" for example, which are missing the lower part,

making the "y" look like a "v".

This happens regardless of the amount of empty space below the line of text.  I've noticed this

happen in other Gui windows I've created and have resolved the problem by allowing more

space between the elements below them, but have one case, where this doesn't work.  In this

case there is a list view displayed below the label.  Moving the list view down to create more

space below the label doesn't solve the problem. 



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How about showing us your code that doesn't work, rather than having us guess? ;)


√-1 2^3 ∑ π, and it was delicious!

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Increase the height of the label control?

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Problem solved!  Increased height and intervening space.  Thank you!  Should have figured this out for myself.  Autoitfan


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