BJP

Creating Context Menu on 3rd Party Apps

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I am working on an appbar that will allow applications to be docked to it (kinda like the windows taskbar) but will show on second monitor and apps will autoshow/hide on mouse over.  I want the user to be able to select 'dock to appbar' from the system menu of any windows program.  I have made this work using some code I found on the forums.    The code is still very messy.  I want to see if I can get away from using:

GUIRegisterMsg(_WinAPI_RegisterWindowMessage('SHELLHOOK'), 'WM_SHELLHOOK')
_WinAPI_RegisterShellHookWindow($g_hForm)

and use _winapi_setwindowshookex instead.

 

 

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@BJP please use code tags - <> for your code in the future. Keeps our eyes from bleeding as we try to read the code.

Also, as the Developer forum clearly states...

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I am going to move this to a more appropriate forum. Please be mindful of where you post in the future....


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15 hours ago, JLogan3o13 said:

@BJP please use code tags - <> for your code in the future. Keeps our eyes from bleeding as we try to read the code.

Also, as the Developer forum clearly states...

I am going to move this to a more appropriate forum. Please be mindful of where you post in the future....

Sorry for posting in the wrong place.  I have looked for where you moved this topic to and can't find it.  Please advise.

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It is now in the General Help and Support forum.


√-1 2^3 ∑ π, and it was delicious!

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