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Detecting mouse location over a menu...

Detecting mouse location over a menu...

Detecting mouse location over a menu...

(OP)
Hello everyone,

when setting the statusBar as a simpleText -- how can I
determine the location of the mouse over the DropDown menu
options, when the user is scrolling up or down the menu?

thanks for the help.

RE: Detecting mouse location over a menu...

Windows sends the WM_MENUSELECT message when the user highlights a menu item using mouse or keyboard.

I think that you want to do that using VB. I had posted complete code regarding this in VB5/6 forum but sadly, the thread has been deleted.

However, you might be interested in seeing these articles and resources.

Hook Up Custom Callback Functions to Create Menu Bar Help
MenuHelp (mvps)
MenuHelp function
WM_ENTERMENULOOP, WM_MENUSELECT, WM_EXITMENULOOP

RE: Detecting mouse location over a menu...

(OP)
Hi Hypetia,

thanks for your kind help. Regards.

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