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#127 No Bug GUICtrlCreateDate -> GUICtrlSetData wrong on Timefields Beejai <bjoern@…>


when you create a Datepicker with GUICtrlCreateDate and make it "$DTS_TIMEFORMAT" to be a timepicker, the control looks fine. GUICtrlRead works fine on it and gets the time string. But GUICtrlSetData does not work as expected. When I try to fill the field with that function with a timestring, the result is wrong. Only when I add a Date to the Timestring, it displays the correct time:

GUICtrlSetData(Eval ( "Time1"),"2000/01/01 " & $PEA_time[1])

This is unexpected, because GUICtrlRead returns only the time.

#10 Completed _IsPressed Keys list Gary Bert

The hex key list seems to have dissapeared from the helpfile. I did manage to find them under ASCII key codes though.

If possible, could a link please be added to the helpfile, directing the reader to the correct page with the key codes or the key codes being added back? Personally, I like the 1st option better. =]



#38 Duplicate _SoundLength Bert

Ok. This is my script:

#include <Sound.au3>
$SND = _SoundOpen(FileOpenDialog ("", "", "MP3 Audio Files (*.*)"))
$LEN = _SoundLength ($SND, 2)
ClipPut ($LEN)

I need to get the length of a MP3 file in milliseconds. And now, for some reason, this returns nothing for me? But, change the 2 in _SoundLength to 1 and it works?

Win XP SP2, AutoIt V3.2.10.0



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