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change the background color of a contextmenu

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I can't seem to find anything on changing the background color of a standard contextmenu.  Does anyone know how to do this in vb.net?
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You have a BackColor property. You can also change the RenderMode property to System
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What I found and am doing is creating a new menuitem that inherets the standard one, then modifying it to change the back color and font.
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Have you tried the way I told you ?
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