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Sending a keystroke ( {enter} ) to an edit box

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi there, i've been looking at the forums for my problem but couldnt get the script to work

#include <GUIConstants.au3>
#include <controlsendplus.au3>

GUICreate("StOrFoxx", 800, 600, "", "")
$html = GUICtrlCreateButton("<HTML>", 620, 50, 60, 20, $BS_FLAT)
$endhtml = GUICtrlCreateButton("/", 690, 50, 30, 20, $BS_FLAT)
$body = GUICtrlCreateButton("<BODY>", 620, 80, 60, 20, $BS_FLAT)
$endbody = GUICtrlCreateButton("/", 690, 80, 30, 20, $BS_FLAT)
$edit = GUICtrlCreateEdit( "", 10, 50, 600, 540 )
GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)

While 1
  $msg = GUIGetMsg()

  Select
    Case $msg = $html
      ControlSendPlus( "StOrFoxx", "", $edit, "<HTML>", 0 )
    
    Case $msg = $endhtml
      ControlSendPlus( "StOrFoxx", "", $edit, "</HTML>", 0 )
    
    Case $msg = $body
      ControlSendPlus( "StOrFoxx", "", $edit, "<BODY>", 0 )
      
    Case $msg = $endbody
      ControlSendPlus( "StOrFoxx", "", $edit, "</BODY>", 0 )

    Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
        ExitLoop
  EndSelect
WEnd

As you see I'm making a program to help starting webdesigners learning HTML. :(

When I click on a button it will add the text to $edit, but I need to have a {enter} after it so it continues at the next line in $edit.

For example: I press the button for creating the <html> tag in the $edit, this comes at line 1. After that I'll press the button for the <body> tag, with destination line 2

I'm using the ControlSendPlus() function.. ( Thanks :D )

I would be gratefull if anyone knows the answer on this question :)

Edit: Added the include controlsendplus.au3

controlsendplus.au3

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Try this:

ControlSendPlus( "StOrFoxx", "", $edit, "<HTML>" & @CR, 0 )

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Or you can use:

Chr (13)

That did it :D, didnt knew there was a big difference between ASCII and using {key}. Thnx for the fast reply :( I will post the program as soon it is ready.

:)

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