RadMenu Designer Woes

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  1. erwin
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    Dec 2006

    Posted 10 Oct 2008 Link to this post

    2008Q2SP1 / Visual Studio 2008 SP1

    Have troubles understanding the Menu Designer

    - How to re-arrange menu items and seperators (except of editing the genereated code)
    - No support for Drag And Drop of Items and Seperators in the Designer?
    - Cut / Paste using the context menu does not work properly?
    - No context menu on Separators?
    - How am I supposed to interactively design a menu structure in the designer?




  2. Answer
    Nick
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    Posted 10 Oct 2008 Link to this post

    Hi erwin,

    Thank you for your questions.

    - How to re-arrange menu items and seperators (except of editing the genereated code)
    Please use the Items collection from the property grid. Start the editor and move elements up/down. You can find more information in the documentation: Getting Started with RadMenu

    - No support for Drag And Drop of Items and Seperators in the Designer?
    We do not support drag&drop operations for menu items at this time. We will consider adding this functionality if we get greater interest for it. You can nevertheless use the Item Collection to easily rearrange items.

    - Cut / Paste using the context menu does not work properly?
    We do not support copy/paste operations from the default context menu. In the next menu version we will either add this functionality or will disable these actions in order to avoid such confusion. Sorry for this.

    - No context menu on Separators?
    There is one, but there is no visual indication that it applies to the separator when the mouse is over it.

    - How am I supposed to interactively design a menu structure in the designer?
    Review the
    Getting Started with RadMenu documentation topic.


    Sincerely yours,
    Nick
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