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...use your own TPopupMenu in TEmbeddedWB?
Autor: Fotis Kokkoras
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uses
  
MSHTML_TLB;

function TForm1.WebBrowser1ShowContextMenu(const dwID: Cardinal;
  const ppt: PPoint; const pcmdtReserved: IInterface;
  const pdispReserved: IDispatch): HRESULT;
var
  
myHTMLWindow2: IHTMLWindow2;
  oHTMLEvent: IHTMLEventObj;
  oHTMLDoc2: IHTMLDocument2;
begin
  
//next block gives access to the event object fired when the user
  //right-clicks inside the webBrowser control
  
oHTMLDoc2 := EmbeddedWB1.Document as IHTMLDocument2; //interface to the displayed doc
  
myHTMLWindow2 := oHTMLDoc2.parentWindow;
  //interface to the window that handles the events
  
oHTMLEvent := myHTMLWindow2.event; //HERE is the event object
  
if oHTMLEvent.ctrlKey = system.False then
  begin 
//if the Ctrl key is NOT pressed during right-click..
    
oHTMLEvent.returnValue := False; //...kills the default pop-up of IE
    
Result := 0;
    //open my PopUp nemu at the absolute X and Y coordinates of the mouse
    
PopupMenu1.Popup(Mouse.CursorPos.X, Mouse.CursorPos.Y);
  end;
end;

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
begin
  
EmbeddedWB1.Navigate('www.swissdelphicenter.com');
end;


 

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