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Topic: Pop up menu when i click on a annotation.
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 69178
From: cat_hy_here
Date: 7/24/2002 02:41 AM

Hello Everybody,

Can anybody help ? I have been trying to create an annotation of my own using a plug-in (VC++/SDK). And i am successful to some extended. now what i need is to bring up a pop-up menu when the user clicks on my annotation.
My problems are : (a) How do i know if the user clicked inside or in the vicinity of my annotation ?
(b) how to bring up the pop-up menu in acrobat ? I tried windows menus.
(c)How do i show the area as selected when the user clicked.

I am utterly stuck. I have gone through the SDK documentation and i am lost , Please guide me out.

Regards,
Cathy.


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