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Posted on 1998-06-03
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I am trying to make Edit menu in Main menu like this:

Edit
-----
Cut  
Copy  
Paste
------
Search
Search Again
-----
Options

by using "BarBreak" but all I got is this (try to imagine it on screen):

Edit
---------------------------------
Cut  |  Search        |  Options |
Copy |  Search Again  |----------
Paste|----------------|
-----|

ie. BarBreaks are not horizontal.

Why is that, and how to achieve them?
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Edo082297 earned 200 total points
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Hi

  To get breaks in a menu, use a hyphen ("-").

HTH!

Edo
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