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Old 30th April 2010, 18:39   #8
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Originally Posted by marcellokera View Post
I changed to
System::Call "kernel32::WriteFile(i r0, t R0, i R4, i r1, i 0)"
The nsis FileWrite command calls WriteFile (See the link I posted)

As far as the newline goes, the answer is yes and no. The short answer is, NO. The long answer is, you have full control over the console buffer and can do anything you want to it by calling the correct windows api's

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