Does it use RichEdit?
Posted on 2001-06-03 06:11:00 by MovingFulcrum
I don't have UltraEdit, but you can try using a "spy" program to get the window class of the edit window. Or open the exe in notepad and search for RichEdt or something.
Posted on 2001-06-03 13:50:00 by Qweerdy

 if RICHEDIT is not what you see for spying, then they probably
 create their own RICHEDIT. ;)




Posted on 2001-06-03 15:16:00 by disease_2000
UltraEdit 8a seems to use all the standard win32 controls except in the editor. It's a custom control based on richedit. It sends and recieves all the same messages plus it's own. Anything richedit can do, so you can, and anything ultraedit can do, so can you. I'm willing to bet that all his control does is wrap all the line highlighting and syntax highlighting into a control so he doesn't have to worry about it in the application. _Shawn
Posted on 2001-06-03 17:38:00 by _Shawn
Ultraedit uses a custom edit control.
Posted on 2001-06-03 20:46:00 by Iczelion