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Scroll Multiline CEdit

Posted on 1998-12-18
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How do I scroll a multiline CEdit back to the starting position 0,0, on leaving the field and going to another.

This is needed because the starting text may have scrolled out of view.

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Question by:Nevering
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Use CEdit::LineScroll().

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by:Nevering
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LineScroll(-100);

worked for me
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That'll work, as long as you don't have more than 100 lines in you control.

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