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Ysengrim

How make font for more then one line?

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I'm afraid its a newbie question but I searched for a while and didn't find a solution yet - so I adress the problem to you guys

To place a text on screen I use the

GUICtrlCreateLabel("XXXXXXXXX",70,50,500)

and to set the attributes I add

GUICtrlSetFont (-1,9,550)

GUICtrlSetBkColor(-1, $GUI_BKCOLOR_TRANSPARENT)

but I have to set the attributes for every line again

is there a command to set them for a group of lines at once?

Now I used a Func command but I'm sure there is a better way to do

ysengrim

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I'm not sure if you mean that:

GUICtrlCreateLabel("XXXX" & @CRLF & "XXXXX",70,50,500)

greets

Vaeb

the problem is I want the text not only in multiple lines but on different places so I want to use the GUICtrlCreateLabel more then once

but thanks for the help !!!

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is there a command to set them for a group of lines at once?

ysengrim

If you use an array for the label IDs then it would be a lot easier.

Dim $Labs[100]; or however many labels you want 

$labs[0] = guictrlcreatelabel("................
$labs[1] = guictrlcreatelabel("................
.
.
$labs[$lastLab] = guictrlcreatelabel("................

For $n = 0 to $lastlab
   GUICtrlSetFont ($labs[$n],9,550)
   GUICtrlSetBkColor($labs[$n], $GUI_BKCOLOR_TRANSPARENT)
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You can make the font global for a specific gui by using the GuiSetFont on the line immediately following the GuiCreate. I'm not sure if this will get it for you or if you want different font throughout the GUI.

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thanks guys for the help

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