Hi. In my experience, those options just make it so that the text contained by the EditBox can be larger than the box itself.
If you're looking to make it scroll so that you can see text that has been added to the EditBox through events, you can use the EditBox's Set Selection action to force it to show any area in the text.
The following simple example would add the amount of time that the application has been running in a new line each time the LMB is pressed, then set a null-selection the end of the text.
+ MouseKeyboard: On Left mouse button Clicked
-> EditBox: Append text Timer & NewLine
-> EditBox: Select characters len(EditBox.Text) to len(EditBox.Text)
thanks it worked, but now I got a new question.. It's possible to put a different background color on edit box? it's always white and also, how do I change the Font, color font, size of the font of the Edit Box? And finally, when I maximize my screen the edit box is not expanding, it stay in the same place with the same size, nothing happens..
thanks for help!