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Question about Input Box

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I am writing some data into an input box. I want the user to be able to then click in the box and add some additional data into it...However, once I write someting into the box, as soon as the user clicks on the input box, it clears it out. Is there a way so as to not do this or is it a 'by design' feature of Autoit?

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Eric

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I am writing some data into an input box. I want the user to be able to then click in the box and add some additional data into it...However, once I write someting into the box, as soon as the user clicks on the input box, it clears it out. Is there a way so as to not do this or is it a 'by design' feature of Autoit?

Thanks.

Eric

Could you please post some code so that we can see the problem ?


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hhmm i donno why ur having a problem. i can click in it and it doesnt remove the previous data... might we see your current code?


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