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ericg32

NO I don't need the code written but I would like some direction. I am reading a file and need to do some procesing on it. As I am reading it I would like to have a window that shows/scrolls the results of that processing (as it is happening). It will propbably be written to a log file as well but this way the user can see something is happening.

Any pointers/functions you'all can recall that might help a bit ?

THnx in advance

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martin

NO I don't need the code written but I would like some direction. I am reading a file and need to do some procesing on it. As I am reading it I would like to have a window that shows/scrolls the results of that processing (as it is happening). It will propbably be written to a log file as well but this way the user can see something is happening.

Any pointers/functions you'all can recall that might help a bit ?

THnx in advance

Are the results you want to scroll textual or graphical?

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Andreik

Create a GUI with an edit box with $ES_AUTOVSCROLL and $ES_AUTOhSCROLL styles.

Use _GUICtrlEdit_AppendText() to put information in edit box.


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ericg32

Straight text.

Thxn I will try the suggestion - seems easy enuff !

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