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Sorry for the stupid question but i have a pretty big project going on and I really need multiline labels in koda. Is there anyway to do that in koda or I have to make a separate label for each line :">

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no :P A need a label....like when I create a simple label with Koda and have the ability to "press enter" and make another line.Like multiline for msgbox but u use @crlf is something like that to do automatically with koda? :D

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no :P A need a label....like when I create a simple label with Koda and have the ability to "press enter" and make another line.Like multiline for msgbox but u use @crlf is something like that to do automatically with koda? :D

Sorry

- in Koda label must have set style $BS_MULTILINE

- text for label in Koda may contain spaces to wrap it to another line

- after generating code to AU3 must be done correction by hnand to something like that:

GUICtrlCreateButton("Text 1" & @CR & "Text 2", ...)

Koda don't support macro @CR, only varible names %var% --> $var

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Off topic...but can Koda read your script and create a GUI?


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Yes, currently Koda don't support multiline labels. It's possible to change current editor to multiline, but this mean you need every time open editor when change label, what is not too convenient imo. Also probably this will requre form structure change.

But I see nothing opposite to make support for special symbols in the single-line properties (for example, tips can be multiline too). I think \n \r \t \\ will be familiar for anyone who use StringFormat function.

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But I see nothing opposite to make support for special symbols in the single-line properties (for example, tips can be multiline too). I think \n \r \t \\ will be familiar for anyone who use StringFormat function.

Simple & clever idea Lazycat.

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