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|0002124||[JEDI VCL] 00 JVCL Components||tweak||always||2004-09-06 04:57||2004-10-25 02:51|
|Status||resolved||Product Version||3.00 BETA|
|Summary||0002124: JvgStaticText flickering|
If you move the mouse above a JvgStaticText component, and if the ActiveColor property is the same as the Canvas.Font.Color property (clWindowText),you can see a little flickering, really small, but it's there if you look closely (at least on my Windows XP machine).
However, many people might not need the Hover feature. Personally, I use JvgStaticText because it can display texts justified. So I suggest introducing a new boolean property like "Hover", which can be used to turn this behaviour on/off.
In MouseLeave() and MouseEnter() procedure the following line would be necessary:
if not (ActiveColor = Font.Color) then Repaint;
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No Hover property added but you can set ACtiveColor to clNone to have the same effect:
Your proposed change for MouseEnter/MouseLeave was modified to:
if not (ActiveColor = Font.Color) and (ActiveColor <> clNone) then
Updated in CVS. Thanks!
|2004-09-06 04:57||miracle2k||New Issue|
|2004-09-06 04:59||miracle2k||Issue Monitored: miracle2k|
|2004-10-25 02:51||user72||Status||new => resolved|
|2004-10-25 02:51||user72||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2004-10-25 02:51||user72||Assigned To||=> user72|
|2004-10-25 02:51||user72||Note Added: 0005478|
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