Adding Menu Controls During Run Time 
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 Adding Menu Controls During Run Time

It seems that there is a maximum number of items that a menu will
display.

I am adding menu controls during run time via the LOAD command.

Why doesn't VB6.0 support scrolling menus?

thanks,
Ron



Fri, 08 Jun 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Adding Menu Controls During Run Time
Ron...

Quote:
>It seems that there is a maximum number of items that a menu will
>display.

If you can't fit your menu items within the available screen space then you
really need to rethink your UI. A listbox or popup form could be far more
appropriate for what you're trying to do.

Quote:
>Why doesn't VB6.0 support scrolling menus?

Because VB's menu control is built off of the standard Windows menu, which
doesn't support scrolling.

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Fri, 08 Jun 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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