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    I wanna save an input properties in an application value (On Click) (Button15) and loud at on the dialog start (On Show)

  • #2
    Originally posted by ItzMagdy View Post
    I wanna save an input properties in an application value (On Click) (Button15) and loud at on the dialog start (On Show)
    What specific properties would you like to save?
    Bas Groothedde
    Imagine Programming :: Blog

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Imagine Programming View Post

      What specific properties would you like to save?
      Sry for late respond, Input Type (Font), Size, Color, Underline or not, italic or not..

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      • #4


        Really mate,
        You have been told before to read the f***g manual
        Click image for larger version

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ID:	301597 Not too hard to do
        OK here's a table
        Code:
        -- Input object properties table.
        Input = {};
        Input.Text = "";
        Input.FontName = "Arial";
        Input.FontSize = 12;
        Input.FontScript = ANSI_CHARSET;
        Input.FontItalic = false;
        Input.FontStrikeout = false;
        Input.FontColor = Math.HexColorToNumber("000000");
        Input.FontAntiAlias = true;
        Input.FontWeight = FW_NORMAL;
        Input.FontUnderline = false;
        Input.HScrollbar = false;
        Input.VScrollbar = true;
        Input.InputStyle = INPUT_STANDARD;
        Input.ReadOrder = READ_STANDARD;
        Input.Border = BORDER_SUNKEN;
        Input.ReadOnly = false;
        Input.BackgroundColor = Math.HexColorToNumber("FFFFFF");
        Input.Multiline = false;
        Input.MaskText = "";
        Input.MaskReturnMode = MASK_FORMATTED;
        Input.Placeholder = " ";
        Input.TooltipText = "";
        Input.ResizeLeft = false;
        Input.ResizeRight = false;
        Input.ResizeTop = false;
        Input.ResizeBottom = false;
        Input.Alignment = ALIGN_LEFT;
        Input.Height = 30;
        Input.Width = 200;
        Input.X = 0;
        Input.Y = 0;
        Input.Visible = true;
        PLEASE before posting do some of your OWN research!!!

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        • #5
          OK I had some time on hand so done small example for you
          Example_InputBox.apz
          Cheers

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          • #6
            Originally posted by colc View Post
            OK I had some time on hand so done small example for you
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            Cheers
            Thanks, i did alot of researchs but i couldn't , and i advice you to try to not be salty while talkin to sum ppl

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