On image over change the image to another one

Posted on 2004-11-28
Last Modified: 2010-04-04
I want to create a button that would have 2 events
1. if the mouse was over that button(image) it would change to another image (highlighted button)
2. If i clicked on the button it would change the image to another one also highlighted just different color.
How can I do that in delphi?

Question by:T0masz
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    Accepted Solution

    Look here -

    There is a component called ImgBtn that should do what you want.

    Author Comment

    Works great, thank you....


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