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Hi to all. Just need your expertise again. Is it possible to create a right click context menu on the traytip icon of the script? Usual thing is that when i execute any script, exe will display icon on the traymenu. When you right click the script, it will display Script Paused and Exit menu.

Is it possible to create a new context menu when you right click the script on the traymenu? Then there is corresponding function that it execute when selected on the context menu.

HotKeySet("{PAUSE}", "Test")

While 1

Func Test()
Local $icon = "C:\PC.ico"   


Func Exe()
;will execute when right clicked selected on the context menu

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Look at TraySetOnEvent function in the help file :P

Cheers, FireFox.


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