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Topic: Right vs. Left mouse button? (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 39955
From: LeonardR
Date: 5/8/2002 01:55 PM

I'm getting back to some plugin development and I must be missing
something obvious because I can't figure out how in an AVTool
DoClickProcType handler to determine if the user was clicking with
the right or the left mouse button?

So if I want to do my own contextual menu on right mouse button, how
do I detect that click vs. the standard left?? (I can easily get
the keyboard modifiers, such as Mac OS control-click - but that
doesn't help on Windows).

Thanks,
Leonard
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