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Problems using TMainMenu in CodeGear Builder C++

Posted on 2009-04-07
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I am inserting a new menu into the TMainMenu Compoment, and name its caption to &File. The "F" letter is underlined when I am working in the builder, but when I Run the application (or produce an executable application) it doesn't. Also, I would like to create a shortcut (e.g pressing Control+F) so that when pressed, the File menu to be opened. I've used the ShortCut option into the properties of TMainMenu but it does nothing.
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Hi Chrysaor,

The shortcut key to access the menu should be Alt-F, not Control-F.


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