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InTouch Scripting

InTouch Scripting

InTouch Scripting

I'm setting up a pretty comprehensive Wonderware project that I plan on using as a template for all projects in the future (so it's obviously important that I get things set up right the first time).

Anyone know exactly how I can use some controls from other sources?  No offense to those of you who love WonderWare, but the listboxes and textboxes are hard to work with.  Would love to use a TextBox or ListBox or Label from VB6.

I haven't tried it yet, but there seems to be some ActiveX support.  Anyone got any ideas?

RE: InTouch Scripting

You can use activex with intouch. I have done it in the past. I have used the microsoft text box,listbox and image control. The only problem is they don't have all the functionality as they do in a vb. Intouch in great software but there are limitations  
expecially if you are trying to give the app a look similar to a vb or c++.

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