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I have an ownerdrawn button (class derived from CButton). I want to pop up
a menu on the WM_LBUTTONDOWN, in this case the user would be able to select the menu item by releasing the mouse button. The problem is: when I press the mouse button down the menu pops up, but when I release the mouse button - nothing happens when i select on any item from the menu. How do i solve this problem ?
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If you know the solution please mail me immedieatly. Thanks.
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migel earned 30 total points
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Set correct window when calling TrackPopupmenu. commands will be routed to the window you specify here.
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