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Hi. How do i go to next line in the command filewrite? i mean fx:

FileWrite("userconfig.cfg", GUICtrlRead($Input_1))
Now i need to go to next line in the userconfig.cfg
FileWrite("userconfig.cfg", GUICtrlRead($Input_2))

I hope someone understand me..

-XInFisk

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How about

FileWrite("userconfig.cfg", GUICtrlRead($Input_1))
Now i need to go to next line in the userconfig.cfg
FileWrite("userconfig.cfg", @CRLF & GUICtrlRead($Input_2))


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Hi. How do i go to next line in the command filewrite? i mean fx:

FileWrite("userconfig.cfg", GUICtrlRead($Input_1))
Now i need to go to next line in the userconfig.cfg
FileWrite("userconfig.cfg", GUICtrlRead($Input_2))

I hope someone understand me..

-XInFisk

If appending the file, you could use FileWriteLine():

FileWriteLine("userconfig.cfg", GUICtrlRead($Input_1))
FileWriteLine("userconfig.cfg", GUICtrlRead($Input_2))

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