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Edit: Correction yes that works as a static.

But yes that is a static create but my strings are coming from memory the user can switch language on the fly and the number of types of file that can be loaded depends on version purchased. Bascially I can't possible do it with static strings I have to build the string into an array and pass the pointer to the array. The array is created and disposed of by the dialog and all very normal when doing multilingual dialog functions.

Many of the string bits are coming from windows via the locale API and heaven only knows how long they are and where they are coming from in memory.
I need the array because I have to assemble all the string somewhere.

I would like to see a dynamic form of your code without allocating an array on the heap or local stack Smile | :)

Anyhow it's all working now, the performance was more the issue to me and that is resolved.
In vino veritas


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