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Hi guys,

in the middle of building my own component(a button) but need some info, i need some guidance on the mouse over effect, in other words when my mouse pointer goes over the button i want to be able to change the color of the button and info on the click event.

cheers guys

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David
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The simplest way to do that is probably to :
- Inherit from the Button class
- Override the OnClick method to provide your info
- Override the OnMouseEnter, OnMouseLeave and OnMouseOver to set your color

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