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Colored Words?

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yeh, 3rd topic i posted today, might aswell be the last one.

Is it Possible to Set Words as Different Colors, Like Syntax Highlighting.

Thanks.


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yeh, 3rd topic i posted today, might aswell be the last one.

Is it Possible to Set Words as Different Colors, Like Syntax Highlighting.

Thanks.

Might want to look at LazyCat's rtfplugin


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hmm, it does seem to work, but can we actually read from the richedit control and write into an *.au3 file? i tried to use GUIctrlread() and FileWrite, But it writes a '0'.


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hmm, it does seem to work, but can we actually read from the richedit control and write into an *.au3 file? i tried to use GUIctrlread() and FileWrite, But it writes a '0'.

see the _GetCtrlText function in the example

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test_plugin.au3


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see the _GetCtrlText function in the example

Edit: can change the 1024 in the struct set to 4095

i.e.

DllStructSetData($struct,1,4095)

Gary


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ahh, didn't see that function, thanks for pointing that out.


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ahh, didn't see that function, thanks for pointing that out.

That's because it wasn't there before.


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