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Adding events to existing controls

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Hi,

Is it possible to add events to existing controls. Specifically I would like to inherit the drag and drop events from TControl and apply them to a TSpeedButton without creating a new SpeedButton component.

Chris
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Well, the only way you can do that exactly, is to modify the VCL source and copy the drag/drop support from the TControl code into the TSpeedButton code...

Otherwise the answer is no.

Cheers,

Raymond.
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Thanks for the reply.

I had thought about that and I had a feeling this was the case, hence my comment about not creating a new component. Ah well.

Chris
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