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double line break with send

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$s=ClipGet()
Send($s,1)

with that text:

"hello

hello

hello"

will show me:

"hello

hello

hello"

why?

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You probably have @CRLF in the text you use ClipGet() on, and then since Send() sends 1 letter at a time it gets send as one @CR & one @LF thus giving two linefeeds. You could try StringReplace() to change it.

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That's stupid...

Why does autoit interpret a linebreak as @crlf?!?! If you send @crlf every text editor does something different... scite nearly goes dieing, openoffice starts a new page and notepad adds a second line break....


"It's easier to disintegrate an atom than a prejudice." (A.Einstein)---------------------------------------------------------------------------My C++ - tools:Tidy tool-->indents your c++ sourceCleanscript --> cleans autoit-code before compiling (co-author: peethebee)My tools:GUIBuilder-->build your window and get the source; german versionMy Games:OnlineGameCenter-->Online Chess and Connect4 with a rtf-chatSnake-->including a level editor to build your own levelsTetris-->the well known game, big funOther things:Tower of Hanoi-->perfect riddler with graphic output

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