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setAutoScroll

Turn auto-scrolling on or off.
This setting dictates what happens when the cursor moves passed the bottom of the display:
If auto-scrolling is turned on then the contents of the screen are scrolled up one line and the previous contents of the top line are lost. The cursor will remain on the bottom line which is now blank.
If auto-scrolling is turned off then the cursor will wrap around to the top of the display and the current contents of the display will remain unchanged.
The default setting is that auto-scrolling is turned off.
Syntax
Display. setAutoScroll(autoscroll)
Where Display is the name you have given to the device in Project Designer.
Parameters
TypeNameDescription
'autoscroll'
TRUE to enable auto scrolling or FALSE to disable.
Returns
None

 

 

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