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I'm trying to create a new application, and i'd like to know wheather it's possible to do several things in VB5 and how:
I want my app to work in the background from the system tray, and capture every right click in the windows95 environment. i'd like to create my own system right-click menu (or add some of my own commands to every right-click menu) could this be achieved through VB5 ? how ?

thank you in advance..

Alon Rotem
alon@hot-shot.com
http://alon-rotem.home.ml.org
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I will send you code to implement this.

I am currently implementing it in 10 process to work in the background.

If you have problems, don't hesitate to contact me

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