Naive question about cascading menus
dsc at swcp.com
Sat Mar 13 21:46:07 CST 2004
On Saturday, March 13, 2004, at 03:49 PM, Graham Samuel wrote:
> Folks, I've puzzled over the docs, but I can't understand how I can
> have a menu in a normal menu bar (not a stack menu) which can have
> some items that cascade (i.e. have submenus) and some that don't.
From the Doc...
> Creating Cascading Menus
> To create a cascading menu (also called a submenu, pull-right menu, or
> hierarchical menu), add a tab character to the start of menu items
> that you want to place in the submenu.
> For example, the following text, when placed in a menu button, creates
> two menu items, then a submenu containing three more items, and
> finally a last menu item:
> First Item
> Second Item
> Third Item Is A Submenu
> First Item In Submenu
> Second Item In Submenu
> Last Menu Item Not In Submenu
> The depth of a submenu item is determined by the number of tab
> characters before the menu items name. The submenu item becomes part
> of the closest line above the submenu item that has one fewer leading
> tab character.
Or did I miss a key part of the question.
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