Find the item that is under mouse Right Click

Posted on 2011-10-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
ii like to add a context menu to a web application . also i need to find the item that is under the mouse right click .
how can i do this in ASP.NET 3.5 & VS2008 SP1 ?

Regards .
Question by:iMehran
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    Detail example of implementing context menu with ASP.NET:

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    hello thank you for guidance , i use it but i couldnt figure out the item that is under mouse Right Click .

    How can i find the item that is under Mouse Right Click .

    Regards .
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    You can identify the sender in your event handler. Refer to another example here:

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