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How to make "multilevel" menus
(like in Delphi IDE, when you click File/Reopen menu)?
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When designing the menu in the TMainMenu compoentn editor press Ctrl-Right Arrow to create a sub menu descending from a menu item

Cheers,

Raymond.
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Or...

If you want to create it dynamically, set the parent of the new menu item to be the menu item you want it to be a sub menu of.

eg: MyMenuItem := TMenuItem.Create(Self); // Where self = the form
     MySubMenuItem.Insert(MyMenuItem, Index); // Where index is where in the menu you want it to appear

You also need to set the OnClick event etc for the new menu item...

Cheers,

Raymond.
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by:bryan7
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when you are creating the menu, Right click on it with the mouse
and click on "Create Sub-menu"

bryan

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by:duke_n
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or something like that:
Tmenuitem.add(MI:tmenuitem);
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