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QuestionHow to automatically scroll text up in a richtext box. Pin
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Henry Minute25-Sep-09 4:27
Henry Minute25-Sep-09 4:27 
The RichTextBox has several methods that might help you.

Specifically: LineUp, LineDown, ScrollToHome and ScrollToEnd.

You could add a ScrollToEnd() call after adding each line, which 'should' have the desired effect, although there may be a more elegant solution.

Henry Minute

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QuestionWhich one is better, forcing an enabled=true at each call or check it with an if statement? Pin
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