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Sandro Alvares

How to make Select All?

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Look my project delphi is example

procedure TForm1.Memo1KeyDown(Sender: TObject; var Key: Word;
Shift: TShiftState);

begin
  if (Key = Ord('A')) and (ssCtrl in Shift) then
  begin
    TMemo(Sender).SelectAll;
    Key := 0;
  end;
end;

Example:

$MSG_1 = GUICtrlCreateInput("TEST TEST TEST", x, x, x, x)

ControlCommand("","","$MSG_1","SelectAll")

Not work... Please convert to autoit =(

Thanks


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hum $EM_SETSEL ... not found of autoit help... :\

Thanks Larry =D


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Nice tutorial... but autoit is same VB? O.o


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Nice tutorial... but autoit is same VB? O.o

It is not VB for sure but is growing to be more and more like it. I love it!


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So why a link smoke of site microsoft of library are language visual basic... Say me?


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eh.. why not send("{End}{shiftdown}{home}{shiftup}")


-jaenster

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I know a send

Send("{HOME}+{END}")

Problem one work input ... is need selected more input!


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Sorry i dont understand it fully


-jaenster

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I no believe :lmao:

GUICtrlSetState($MSG_2, $GUI_FOCUS)

Work fine ¬¬ ... thanks bad day ;)


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