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did -c #39401 03/08/03 01:20 PM
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i cant seem to get the 1st line in my list box to be highlighted
im using /did -c si 94 and i have tried different ways of it, but all it does is put a box around it, and not highlight it as i was wanting


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Re: did -c #39402 03/08/03 01:58 PM
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I would have thought that /did -c $did(si,94,1) would work but it appears that it doesn't in the tests I have done. I even tried to uncheck it with the -u switch, no go either. Maybe it is a bug if someone else doesn't have an answer?


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Re: did -c #39403 03/08/03 02:01 PM
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i hope not, i need this to be highlighted


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Re: did -c #39404 03/08/03 02:04 PM
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I'd like to know the answer myself, so we can wait together, ay. grin


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Re: did -c #39405 03/08/03 02:31 PM
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Try adding the line number in the listbox you want highlighted.
did -c si 94 1

Re: did -c #39406 03/08/03 02:33 PM
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yup, thanks man


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Re: did -c #39407 03/08/03 02:46 PM
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Low and behold it bloody works, thankyou. laugh


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Re: did -c #39408 03/08/03 08:54 PM
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just fyi, -c works as a select for line number, no content--though imo it should allow you to type a string (like in the /cline to coloring a nicklist)


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Re: did -c #39409 04/08/03 08:35 AM
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That's why $didwm was added: //did -c $dname 100 $didwm($dname,100,Some text here)

However, I wouldn't mind about a new switch, if that's what you mean. Maybe
/did -cw $dname 100 Some text here
to select the line that matches "Some text here"
and also
/did -dw $dname 100 Some text here
to delete the line etc


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Re: did -c #39410 04/08/03 09:38 PM
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I think that it would be better like this...
/did -cw $dname 100 "Some text here", N
Where N has the same function as N in $didwm


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Re: did -c #39411 05/08/03 07:30 AM
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comma delimieted wouldnt be practical (imo) as it would limit you from using commans in ur values.


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