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_Chris_

Hi,

I am building an instalation shell which launches different setups. Baically i want to show our terms and conditions in a scroll box. The terms and conditions are picked up from a text file and this works, i currently use an edit box to display the text. I want to lock the box so it cannot be edited. I tryed making it readonly and disabling it but then it cannot be scrolled! Can labels be configured to scroll?

Any ideas Anyone?? Im fairly new to autoit so i may just be missing something!

Sample of code:

$eula = FileRead("Licence.txt")

$ebox = GUICtrlCreateEdit ($eula, 203, 78, 282 , 200)

FileClose("Licence.txt")

Thanks

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GaryFrost

Hi,

I am building an instalation shell which launches different setups. Baically i want to show our terms and conditions in a scroll box. The terms and conditions are picked up from a text file and this works, i currently use an edit box to display the text. I want to lock the box so it cannot be edited. I tryed making it readonly and disabling it but then it cannot be scrolled! Can labels be configured to scroll?

Any ideas Anyone?? Im fairly new to autoit so i may just be missing something!

Sample of code:

$eula = FileRead("Licence.txt")

$ebox = GUICtrlCreateEdit ($eula, 203, 78, 282 , 200)

FileClose("Licence.txt")

Thanks

#include <EditConstants.au3>


    GUICtrlSendMsg($ebox , $EM_SETREADONLY, True, 0)
    GUICtrlSetBkColor($ebox , 0xFFFFFF)

SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

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