How to hide separator in horizontal menu

4 posts, 1 answers
  1. Dave Ranck
    Dave Ranck avatar
    25 posts
    Member since:
    Oct 2003

    Posted 24 Aug 2010 Link to this post

    Hello,

    I have tried and searched everything in order to figure out how to hide pre-populated separator in my horizontal grid (which is loaded via XML).  I attached the picture.  Please don't mind the style, I know it's ugly, but it's what the client wants :)

    Menu XML:

    <Menu CssClass="RadMenu_Menu">
        <Group Flow="Horizontal">
            <Item
              Text="New"
              ImageURL="~/PresentationLayer/Images/Menu/Default/new.gif" />
            <Item
              Text="Delete Budget Split"
              ImageURL="~/PresentationLayer/Images/Menu/Default/delete.gif" />
            <Item
              Text="More Options"
              ImageURL="~/PresentationLayer/Images/Menu/Default/moreDown.gif" >
                <Group Flow="Vertical">
                    <Item
                      Text="Edit"
                      ImageURL="~/PresentationLayer/Images/Menu/Default/edit.gif" />
                    <Item
                      Text="Refresh List"
                      ImageURL="~/PresentationLayer/Images/Menu/Default/redo.gif" />
                </Group>
            </Item>
        </Group>
    </Menu>


    Thanks in advance!
  2. Answer
    Kalina
    Admin
    Kalina avatar
    918 posts

    Posted 25 Aug 2010 Link to this post

    Hello Mike Brady,

    As I can see from the screenshot provided, you use the default RadMenu skin.
    The separator that you want to hide is a part of the background image applied by this skin.   
    Could you please try setting the EnableEmbeddedSkins property of the RadMenu to "false"?  
    I hope this helps.

    All the best,
    Kalina
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  3. Dave Ranck
    Dave Ranck avatar
    25 posts
    Member since:
    Oct 2003

    Posted 25 Aug 2010 Link to this post

    Thanks!
  4. msigman
    msigman avatar
    141 posts
    Member since:
    Apr 2008

    Posted 13 Sep 2010 Link to this post

    Another option is to use the approach mentioned in this blog: http://www.matthewsigman.com/?p=77
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