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Posted 26 Oct 2012I have never tried anything like this before, but here's my attempt:
Add a new string with a tab character (or spaces, depending on your requirements) at the beginning to the Lines array after the current index (this will represent the new line that is created when the return key is pressed).
This is crude, but maybe someone else can expand on it or provide a better solution.
Posted 25 Oct 2012Well, I'm not in the computer industry, I'm actually like in the construction industry, more specifically HVAC. I got customers all the time in the school district I commissioned like
them: "omg I'm freezing in here can you turn up the temperature?"
me: "ma'am, it's 75 deg in here..."
them: "well I'm cold, and you guys made it to where I can't turn it up!"
me: "okay." *walks off
person down the hallway that is fed by the same air handler snags me
person: "omg, it's a blazing inferno down here, can you turn it down? It has to be like 90 deg in here!"
me: "says right here it's 75 deg"
person: "well I'm hot"
OMFG!!! I can't set the temperatures to please everybody's body thermostat! Especially if a big chunk of the hallway is being fed by the same air handler! asdfjkadsfljsdjflksjdfklasj!!!!!!!!!!!
I remember reading a solution someone had to this problem. They bought a dial thermostat and stuck it to the person's cubicle wall. The person then thought they could control the temperature and hadn't complained again.
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