Tkinter long menu problem

Gabor Papp rod at inf.bme.hu
Fri Mar 17 10:57:50 CET 2000


>   This is certainly not what either of you is looking for, but I feel
> compelled to point out that menus with huge cascades are a terrible user
> interface design.  You would be doing your users a huge service to spend
You are right, but there are some circumstances when you need to use it,
for example Netscape bookmarks, the user can have a lot of bookmarks,
and
the menu must break at the bottom of the screen.
Anyway, we figured out the solution. It's option columnbreak, when this
option
is set to 1 at a menu item, tk breaks the menu.
Gabor Papp



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