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Text Color in TMEMO or other component

Posted on 2000-03-16
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How to set each word in TMEMO to many color font in one line ? I can set  to one color only. How do I  or have any component that I can use more ?
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Question by:cristh
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aubs earned 100 total points
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Use a richedit on the win32 tab.

Look in the online help how to set the font color and style, use the SelAttributes  property.

This is taken from the online help:

This example requires a TRichEdit and two TButtons. Leave the default text, usually "RichEdit1", in the lines property. The DefAttributes will apply to this text.

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
begin
  with RichEdit1.SelAttributes do
  begin
    Color := clRed;
    Height := Height + 5;
  end;
  RichEdit1.Lines.Add('This line of text will be red.');
end;

procedure TForm1.Button2Click(Sender: TObject);
begin
  RichEdit1.DefAttributes.Color := clBlue;
  RichEdit1.DefAttributes.Style := [fsBold, fsItalic];
end;

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by:markshiffer
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aubs is right, your need require a rich edit component.
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by:RBertora
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If you are using D4 or less then this is the code using a TRichedit component as suggested earlier:

    RichEditMemo.Selstart := Length(RichEditMemo.Text);
    RichEditMemo.SelAttributes.Color := clBlue;
    RichEditMemo.SelText := 'This is the first line in blue'+#10;
    RichEditMemo.Selstart := Length(RichEditMemo.Text);
    RichEditMemo.SelAttributes.Color := clBlack;
    RichEditMemo.SelText := 'This is the second line in black'+#10;

Rob;-)
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by:RBertora
ID: 2624347
If you are using D4 or less then this is the code using a TRichedit component as suggested earlier:

    RichEditMemo.Selstart := Length(RichEditMemo.Text);
    RichEditMemo.SelAttributes.Color := clBlue;
    RichEditMemo.SelText := 'This is the first line in blue'+#10;
    RichEditMemo.Selstart := Length(RichEditMemo.Text);
    RichEditMemo.SelAttributes.Color := clBlack;
    RichEditMemo.SelText := 'This is the second line in black'+#10;

Rob;-)
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by:ginsonic
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Whay don't use TMemoColor ?
I use it and is very nice .
Regards,
Nick aka ginsonic
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by:ginsonic
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This is the download address :
http://www.balticsolutions.com/
It's freeware .
Pay only if you wish the source code .

Nick
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by:cristh
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Thank aubs and I accept  your comment as answer. Thank you all for your comment :)
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