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  1. Hi, Is there any way I can write an OnLoad event for multiple Edit Box component? I believe I can do that by assigning same name to all Edit Box Component but I have to have unique name for each of those components. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
  2. I'd like to turn on and off the display of non-printing characters in an Edit Box strContents, e.g: Off: Line 1 Line 2 On: Line 1/013/013Line 2 Is there a way to do this in that Component?
  3. I have a user login screen configured to be used as a popup. The components have white backgrounds and the page/dialog box background is roughly the Windows 3D object color. When the user selects from the pulldown or types in the edit box (password type), part of the element is redrawn in gray (presumably the same as the overall screen background. I've specified active and inactive foreground/background colors for the edit box (the pulldown doesn't offer them in the base dialog and I haven't tried the big properties window yet), but it doesn't seem to affect this issue. I've attached screenshots of the base popup, and with the components in use. Thanks!