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Anyway to make it so if theres a scroll bar.. its always at the bottom.. so it can see the new info being added?
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Use the SelStart property and set it to the length of the text (or set SelStart = 65535)
 

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Thank you!
knew there was an easy solution, just didnt know the setting to change
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