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Umm...Nevermind. I realized that I need to add offsetX/Y to window.screenLeft/Top to get the actual cursor location.
Sent: May 11, 2004
Subject: Re:IE popup object
I am trying to create a custom context menu for an IE-only intranet application. I am using the popup object (window.createPopup). The problem I'm having is that it doesn't open relative to my cursor position. My show popup function looks like this:
I can adjust it so that the menu opens where I want,but if I move the browser window the locations get all screwed up. In the microsoft examples, they set the parent or 5th parameter to a div or a form field.I am using window.location, but that's not working.
Any advice is appreciated.