protect_lines backarrow drags protected text down into editable area

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CL programming
CL_GUI_TEXTEDIT
I have used CL_GUI_TEXTEDIT class to create a custom control for text entry. I am using the PROTECT_LINES method to afix a date/time stamp and then make it non-editable. The problem is, when I am in the editable area and I hit back-arrow until the cursor jumps up to the end of the protected date/time stamp, when I hit carriage-return again, it pulls the last part of the protected text down into the editable area. For example, if your protected text ends in a phone number, say "555-1212", after back-arrowing up to the end of it and hitting carriage return, the "1212" will be down in the editable area and will be changeable. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?
ASKED: December 1, 2008  5:04 PM
UPDATED: December 1, 2008  6:28 PM

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