Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #10716


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Timestamp:
Feb 4, 2010, 11:11:58 PM (11 years ago)
Author:
bill
Comment:

Hi Pete.

I guess the first one makes sense.

I'm not following you on the second one, what does "come down" mean? Obviously hovering over a MenuBarItem shouldn't display a menu, because there's no associated menu.

Also, every issue should be filed as a separate ticket.

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  • Ticket #10716

    • Property Summary changed from Usability Standardization on Menus and MenuBar to Menu: Usability Standardization on Menus and MenuBar
  • Ticket #10716 – Description

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    10 I have a menubar, with a combination of PopupMenuBarItems and MenuBarItems. If I hover over the popup menu bar item, a menu appears. If I hover over the adjoining MenuBarItem, the menu does not come down right away as it should. This does work if both items are popupmenuBarItems.  I have the need to combine buttons as well as popup menu items on the same menubar, which this affords.
     10I have a menubar, with a combination of !PopupMenuBarItems and !MenuBarItems. If I hover over the popup menu bar item, a menu appears. If I hover over the adjoining !MenuBarItem, the menu does not come down right away as it should. This does work if both items are popupmenuBarItems.  I have the need to combine buttons as well as popup menu items on the same menubar, which this affords.