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Posted on 1998-12-24
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How to highlight (change the TextColor) of a Label's Caption
ONLY AS LONG the Mouse Cursor is over it ?
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hi how about
put a label on a form and and change the font color to clblue then in the object inspector click on events and then double click the onmousemove event and type the following code
if label1.font.color=clblue
then label1.font.color:=clred;

now click on the form and select it's onmouse move event in object inspector and type the same code just changing the colors around.

regards Barry

 

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