Web applications, as opposed to just informational websites, are being more and more utilised as the web continues to mature. Two cutting edge and leading examples of web applications are Gmail and Dropbox. As web apps continue to grow in functionality, accessibility, and usefulness, the need to streamline their efficiency also increases. A context menu is a menu in a GUI that appears upon user interaction, such as a right-click mouse operation.
Home Forum Contact. I'm trying to find out which context menu option the user has selected. You can use the MouseDown event to detect left or right click. You currently have 0 posts. The Home of Simple Software Solutions. Find More Posts by DCrake. Any idea why?
This post has been archived for educational purposes. Contents and links will no longer be updated. Normally on a Web application, you can capture the right-click menu during interrogation. Once you have it, most web applications will not require the right-click to happen before the interrogated link may be called. Is the right-click menu you are looking for generated by the page or by Internet Explorer?
Level of Difficulty. Sometimes, when we create a full blown application, utility, or departmental tool, we only want to see the opening form pop up on the screen and leave the full MS Access application window at the bottom of the toolbar. In this MS Access tutorial, we will show you how to open a Microsoft Access database so it appears minimized at the bottom of your screen, and all you see is the first form you declared as the opening form. You will now be able to double-click on the icon to only view the form and not MS Access. Open the form you intend to use as the main form in design view.