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background bitmap in TMemo

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how can I create backround from the bitmap in TMemo or how can I make lable type control witch will allow me to display text longer then 255 chars? I know how to create background in TLabel and similar components so it could be solution.
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Hi kodzy,

I think the best way to learn this is to look at some components which already have these capabilities :

 You can find the component (memo) in a component pack : torry.rimini.com/vcl/bi_lib.zip

 or at its homepage : http://www.b-ischo.horizont-is.net/ 

Regards, Zif.

Have fun!
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