Using SendMessage (or other similar API calls) to retrive the text from a RichEdit control. Please read EVERYTHING before bidding.
[DllImport("[url removed, login to view]")] private static extern int SendMessage(IntPtr hWnd, int msg, int wParam, [Out] StringBuilder lParam);
StringBuilder RichEditContents = new StringBuilder(512);
SendMessage(hWnd, WM_GETTEXT, 512, Contents);
Download the windows client from [url removed, login to view] and open a table (I don't think you'll even need to make an account, but you might have to). Then go to a table (for testing, best to go to 'play money' tables). When at a table there is a RICHEDIT there. The combo-box must be set on "Dealer: Everything" and I'd like to retrieve the contents of that RichEdit. The above snippet of code is what I've done and it does not work. I have no problems getting the handle to the RichEdit - just can't seem to get the contents.. feel free to use any of: EM_GETSELTEXT, EM_STREAMOUT, etc., etc., anything you want really - whatever reliably works.. If you can have a function that fires whenever the richedit is updated and messages any NEW contents, that would be a massive bonus :)
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