I have a program coded in C++ that is for Windows Mobile 6. It is a program that displays the weather for my area, and displays aan item on the home screen, to show my city's temperature. I am experiencing an issue where when the item is displayed on the home screen, the left and right soft keys of my device do not function when pressed. However, when I remove the item from manage today items, the soft keys function as normal. Everything else about the program works fine. It is only this bug that I'd like fixed, so the soft keys on my device work normally. It would be nice if the coder has a Windows Mobile device available if possible. Otherwise, please have a good understanding of C++ and you may be able to do the work. I suspect that the problem is somewhere between the functions "static LRESULT TodayWndProc" in the C++ project and the WindowHook in the Cs project. But I double and tripple checked all PInvoke references and can't find where the message is getting lost. I will provide the source code for the application to my selected coder for review. If you cannot repair it, you may cancel within 24-hours without penalty. Thank you.
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