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Form1.Color := readstring('Color');

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Hello,

I use the following line in Delhpi 3.

Form1.Color := readstring('Color');

The error is INCOMPATIBLE TYPES: 'TColor' and 'String'.

'Color' has the value 'clNavy'

Who has an solution for me??

Thanks,
Vincent
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Form1.Color := StringToColor(readstring('color'));

Cheers,

Raymond.
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Thanks a lot Raymond
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