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Scroll TRichEdit to last line.

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I have a TRichEdit and I wanna scroll it so the last line is visible using the OnChange event.

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Question by:Psylord
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procedure TForm1.RichEdit1Change(Sender: TObject);
begin
  RichEdit1.SelStart:=Length(RichEdit1.Lines.Text);
  RichEdit1.Perform(EM_ScrollCaret,0,0);
end;
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by:Psylord
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Excellent. :)
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