Can anyone help me with this?
I still haven't found a way.
I should be able to translate most Basic code, so don't let my use of C++ stop you from suggesting
I'm trying to get the current page number of where the document is shown (scrolled to), not where
the cursor is located.
(How) is this possible with the API?
I already tried accessing the status bar and extract the localized text "Page X of Y" but since
I'm removing it to have less visual clutter, I cannot access it (plus I would have to parse it,
P.S.: I'm using C++
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