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How can I know the position where the mouse button clicks over a Static Text control?

Posted on 1998-09-10
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That's it... I need specifically to know what line of the static text control the left mouse button was clicked on.

Thanks in advance
Jaime
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Use OnMouseDown event of Form, Label etc.
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You should insert in OnMouseDown event of label code that will divide Y by (label.font.size+distance_between_lines).
sorry, I would write the code ,but i don't know how to find the distance_between_lines.
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What is static text control? Is it a memo (since you mentioned "line")?
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//tO KJTENJ
static text control is alomost like label(It's on the additional page of the vcl(at least in D3)). However I didn't find the option for wordwrap in this control, so I suppose skel meant label
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