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Button up and down when mouse is over

Posted on 1998-04-19
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DELPHIer,

How can I make a button up and down when the mouse cursor is over it as it is not using a coolbar ?

Andrew
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Download some of the several buttons that does this available in the net: TExplorerButton, TToolbarButton97 and others. I suggest you to take a look at Delphi Super Page, and search for buttons. If not, search directly for tb97.pas (this is the suite Toolbar97).

This is the URL I use of DSP: http://www.cdrom.com/pub/delphi_www/

I suggested this because make no sense to reprogram something that is already built, and it's free in the most of the cases, anyway, if you want to do it by yourself reject my answer and we can talk about it. :)
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