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How do i change the color of memo's highlight to blue or red etc..?
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You do this in the Control Panel, I guess. This is a system wide setting. A richedit has alwais a black selection on the other hand...
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Hi Forton,

you can use TColorMemo, it is freeware except if you want the source too, then it's shareware :

http://www.balticsolutions.com/products/cmemo/index.html

Regards, Zif.
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Thank's Zif.

 
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