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    HELP with using List Object to Set Counters from file

    As of right now. I have it setup to save a file with 7 sets of numbers according to the list lines.

    ( Folder and File Structures work perfectly ) I have set a means to check for all structures.

    I.E.
    Line0= 0
    Line1= 0
    Line2= 0
    Line3= 0
    Line4= 0
    Line5= 0
    Line6= 0
    Line7= 100

    The List File will be loaded at the start of the app. This will then set the counters for the app to use.

    I've Tried the following to no avail:

    Start of Frame - Set Counter to - Val( List Line Text$( "List", 0 ) )
    Start of Frame - Set Counter to - List Data( "List", 0 )

    Both do nothing to the counters. I'm sure I am doing something wrong.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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    Never mind. I figured it out.

    Start of Frame - Set Counter to - Val(List Line Text$( "List", 1 ))

    Hope this helps someone.

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