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How do i determine if a TPopupMenu is being displayed

I'm dynamically updating a TMenuItem list, but only want to do that if the respective popup is not being displayed. Assuming the name is TPopupMenu1, how do i do this.

if (TPopupMenu1->Visible == false) {
..
}

The above doesn't work because there's no such property. Does anybody know a way to achieve this?
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maggc

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Thanks, that makes sense, however, what can i use as an OnPopdown event? i mean when the popup closes again?
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Use the OnPopup event, I think that's how it is called. At this point you can dynamically restructure your whole menu right before it is being shown.
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