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Menu (MouseMove) Property

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Why isn't there one? I am using VB6 and am trying to detect when someone moves their mouse over a certain menu item... How can I do this?
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if only they provided a method that made it so easy...oh well...only way is through subclassing which isnt an easy concept to grasp right away
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Thank you. This looks and works great in the example. However, when I implement it in my code it only works one time, then will never work again until I re-open vb... Don't know why. I have the *exact* same code.... Any ideas?
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i will go download the code and look at it...you say you implemented it pretty much verbatim?
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Thank you. This looks and works great in the example. However, when I implement it in my code it only works one time, then will never work again until I re-open vb... Don't know why. I have the *exact* same code.... Any ideas?
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Thank you. This looks and works great in the example. However, when I implement it in my code it only works one time, then will never work again until I re-open vb... Don't know why. I have the *exact* same code.... Any ideas?
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did you just copy the module over to your module exactly as it is?
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got it working... Thank you.
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