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Ordered Bulletlines in Richedit

Posted on 1998-12-26
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Hello there, do you know a smart way, to make
ordered bulletlines in richedit??
Like:
1. test1
2. test2
3. test3
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Question by:Smilly
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by:rwilson032697
ID: 1353202
Use the paragraph property (Numbering within that) to create bullets in a richedit.

Cheers,

Raymond.
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by:Smilly
ID: 1353203
Helle Rwilson,
Yep, but it doesn't make ordered list, it will make a list like:

  test
  test
  test

and what I need is:

1.  test
2.  test
3.  test

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by:skatan187
ID: 1353204
for x:=1 to memo1.lines.count do
        memo2.lines.add(memo1.lines[x]);
memo1.lines.clear;
for x:=1 to memo2.lines.count do
        memo.lines.add(x +'. '+ memo2.lines[x])
// it can be that you have to use x-1 and stuff.. (not sure)

sk
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by:skatan187
ID: 1353205
eum.. I think richedit works the same way as memo..

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Oli2 earned 30 total points
ID: 1353206
try

for x := 0 to RichEdit.Lines.Count -1 do
begin
   RichEdit.Lines[x] := IntToStr ( x +1 ) + '. ' + RichEdit.Lines[x];
end;

Greetings, Oli
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by:Smilly
ID: 1353207
Thanks,
Okey, there's not a easy way, to this Question,
you have to take care of it yourself. Okey I'll
do that....
Sorry skatan187, but your answer was only a
comment, so I couldn't give you any point...

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