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Clickable Links in Delphi app

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Hi, how do I program those cool 'clickable links' within my Delphi 3 app. You know, where you can click on a web site URL and it will fire up your web browser and put you on that page. Or click a email address and it will start up your email program. For example, InstallShield Express that comes with Delphi 3 allows you to do this.


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  Shawn Halfpenny
  drumme59@sprint.ca
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Oops, i guess you double posted the question..
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Here are some components for that:

http://torry.rimini.com/vcl/labels/aslink.zip
http://torry.rimini.com/vcl/labels/hebll.zip
http://torry.rimini.com/vcl/labels/npsurl.zip
http://torry.rimini.com/vcl/labels/urllabel.zip

If that's not enough, visit http://torry.rimini.com/  for lot more (and other delphi pages)

Also one in RX lib: http://rx.demo.ru/ 

Good luck!
Matvey
bosism@netvision.net.il
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