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Right click detection is offset

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Chu
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Chu asked on 13 May 2010, 03:58 PM
I'm using the Telerik's right click hack to display a context menu to the user. It works great when the Silverlight control is positioned at the very top of the page. However, as soon as I add any html to the page which would bump the Silverlight control down, the right click detection is off by an equal amount the page is pushed down.

As an example, please look at the attached screen shot. The Silverlight control starts where the background turns white. The "windows Icon" image is wired up to catch the right click event and the mouse pointer with the red circle indicates where the right click actually took place. Note that clicking directly on the windows icon triggers a left click event but not a right click.

Is there a way to fix this behavior?

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answered on 14 May 2010, 12:56 PM
Hello Ryan,

The easiest way would be to install Silverlight 4 and download our RadControls for Silverlight 4 assemblies (their version ends with .1040).  This way you will get much better performance (because there is no need to set Windowless=true) and right click working on all browsers and platforms supported by Silverlight.

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Hristo
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