Contextual Menu

I implemented the ConstructContextualMenu event for a TextField. Need to show a custom contextual menu.
Problem is in OS X, the “Services” submenu is also added from the OS. Possibly on Windows can happen something similar.
Is there a way to prevent the OS to display the “Services” item or any other unwanted items?

hmm no answers.
Seems incredible here :wink:

Shouldn’t possible to achieve what I ask, I guess.

[quote=66297:@Massimo Valle]I implemented the ConstructContextualMenu event for a TextField. Need to show a custom contextual menu.
Problem is in OS X, the “Services” submenu is also added from the OS. Possibly on Windows can happen something similar.
Is there a way to prevent the OS to display the “Services” item or any other unwanted items?[/quote]

Seems on Mac, any contextual menu has Services added.

The only exception I noticed is when you clone a menu. Then no Services added. Or for Edit, no Find, Spelling & Grammar, Speech, Dictation, special chars… I simply tested with the documentation example below.

If IsContextualClick Then Dim m As MenuItem m = EditMenu.Clone.PopUp End if