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Scrolling a RichEdit

Posted on 1998-06-23
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Hi All.

When I add a line to a RichEdit, how do I make it scroll down so I can see what I have just added??  Example, the RichEdit can display 11 lines, I add 12, 11 are still show and the new 12th line is hidden.  

Thanks for any help.

Stu.
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Hi there
there are several ways, the most trivial of all for specifal edit control message as follows:
Let Memo1 be a memo but it can be any thing compatible with edit(rich edit etc)

PostMessage(Memo1.Handle, EM_LINESCROLL,0,Memo1.Lines.Count-1);

Regards, Igor
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Wonderful! Thanks Igor.

Stu.
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