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How do I get to know if the user right-clicks a item in my treectrl? (MFC 4.2)
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MFCGuy earned 100 total points
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Add a handler for NM_RCLICK
thorugh ClassWizard.

You will get a fuction like this:
void CTheView::OnRclickTreectrl(NMHDR* pNMHDR, LRESULT* pResult)
{
      CPoint ptAction;
      GetCursorPos(&ptAction);

      CPoint ptTree=ptAction;
      ScreenToClient(&ptTree);
      CRect theRect;
      m_TreeCtrl.GetWindowRect(theRect);
      CPoint ptNew(theRect.left,theRect.top);
      ScreenToClient(&ptNew);
      ptTree.y-=ptNew.y;

      UINT nFlags;
      HTREEITEM hitemFrom = m_TreeCtrl.HitTest(ptTree, &nFlags);
      if(hitemFrom != NULL)
      {
             //do something
        }
}

I showed you the hit-testing too so you can get the HTREEITEM
of the item that was clicked...

Regards,
MFCGuy
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