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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 8, 1997

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Use Your Own Popup Menus in VB4

In VB4 if you want to show a popup menu for a text box, a system-provided context menu appears first, and your popup menu does not appear until you close the system context menu.

Here is a workaround:

 
Private Sub Text1_MouseDown(Button _
        As Integer, Shift As Integer, X _
        As Single, Y As Single)

If Button = 2 Then
        Text1.Enabled = False
        PopupMenu mnuFile
        Text1.Enabled = True
End If

End Sub



Mario Coelho
 
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