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You can then use the stored value as you would for regular dialogs, e.g.<code>(myDisplay displayCtrl 1111) ctrlSetText "hello there");</code>
 
You can then use the stored value as you would for regular dialogs, e.g.<code>(myDisplay displayCtrl 1111) ctrlSetText "hello there");</code>
 
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<dd class="notedate">Posted on 15 June 2008</dd>
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<dt class="note>'''[[User:Hendo|Hendo]]'''</dt>
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I posted a tutorial on finding and using displays [[User:Hendo:Tutorials:Display|here.]]
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Posted on 15 June 2008
Kronzky
findDisplay does not find displays defined under RscTitles (even when they are visible).
To access those types of displays, either assign the resource to a global variable, or pass its this value to a script, during the onLoad event: e.g.
class RscTitles {
  class MyRsc {
     onLoad = "myDisplay = (_this select 0)"; // or
     // onLoad = "_this execVM 'myDialog.sqf'";
     ...

You can then use the stored value as you would for regular dialogs, e.g.(myDisplay displayCtrl 1111) ctrlSetText "hello there");

Posted on 15 June 2008
Hendo
I posted a tutorial on finding and using displays here.

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