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Popup Menu implementation on a PropertyPage

Dear All.

    I want to implement a right click popup menu on a Property page. OnRButtonDown i am able to open the menu but no menuitems are enabled. I have defind the Click messages on the Property page itself and EnableMenuItem() and ON_UPDATE.. macro are also there in the same class but nothing is working?  what should i do?

  I Created a Test application, added a dialog and OnRButtonDown i opened a Menu and it is working fine. but this is not the case in CPropertyPage.

Thanks in Advance.
- nksaxena
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Jaime OlivaresCommented:
OnRButtonDown i am able to open the menu but no menuitems are enabled.
I think your options are not enabled because you don't have a message handler for every option.
This also occurs with an application's main menu, when you define menu options, but you don't implement every option with a related function (usually done with ClassWizard)

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nksaxenaAuthor Commented:
Thanks for replying Jaime..

   I have defined BN_CLICKED for each menu item and ON_UPDATE  UI messages to enable them in my PropertyPage, classwizards finds them easily. but they are not enabled. Perhaps things can be changed if i can create a 'View' for the PropertyPage.


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nksaxenaAuthor Commented:
Hay!! i solved it ! Actually the last argument in TrackPopupMenu call was incorrect. which is a pointer to the window where all message handlers are defined.

Thanks again.
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