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Last Updated: Thursday February 8 2018 - 06:02:35

How to "popup" at a specified coordinate position?

Poster: gmacfarlane
Dated: Tuesday December 31 2002 - 16:42:00 GMT

I am using the popup() function to display a menu, but I would like to be able to control the position of the menu - I am trying to get the popup menu positioned somewhere close to where the mouse is, the "x" coordinate being fixed at "0". Can anyone suggest how I should do this? Here is the sort of thing I have been trying:

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function main_popup(m,x,y)
{  mnu=getMenuByName(m);

I have tried various attempts to use "setpos()" and "spos()" but this was based largely on guesswork.

popup() does indeed have an optional second parameter which pops the menu up "close" to the current mouse pointer, but this doesn't work for me as the cursor is in a different frame at the time that I want to call popup().

:?: Can anyone suggest how to "popup" at a given coordinate position?

:?: And/or is there a user manual somewhere, which documents the functions (API) ?

Many thanks, in advance.[quote][/quote]

Poster: kevin3442
Dated: Saturday January 4 2003 - 7:22:30 GMT

Hi Graeme,

You posted this a few days ago, so I thought I'd ask if you're still interested, before I post more code. I've been working a little on a library of various positioning functions to go with the menus. It's working pretty well now, and will probably do what you want.

Let me know...


Yes please!

Poster: gmacfarlane
Dated: Saturday January 4 2003 - 11:20:18 GMT

Hi Kevin,

Yes please! I am still prototyping so for the time being I had put it to one side (mentally labelled "problem understood, solution pending"), and moved on to other issues.

A library of positioning functions would be most gratefully received.

- Graeme

Poster: kevin3442
Dated: Friday March 7 2003 - 3:38:54 GMT

Don't know if you're still interested, but if you are, have a look at this message.