Hi, how would I possibly take a label with the text color being white and slowly fade it to be red text when the user moves the mouse over it? If at all possible, I would like to do it without using a timer. Thanks.
Without a timer it becomes much more difficult, and ultimately it needs a timing mechanism to control the rate of progress.
I'd recommend this:
Add a timer, Timer1, with interval=100 and enabled=false,
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