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I am creating a script that reads 8 paired edit controls from another program. I am creating a combobox that reads the text of the top edit control of each pair and uses GUICtrlSetData to add that text to a combobox. I've set up an array that contains the controlID of the bottom edit control of each pair.

Is there an easy way to get the line number (rather than the text) that is chosen in the combobox so that I can then use the array to act on the appropriate edit control?

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The function has been renamed since that post was written in 2006 - look in the Help file for _GUICtrlComboBox_GetCurSel. :mellow:


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