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Old 09-10-2007, 08:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I would like to make a custom context menu and my problem is with the separator. I use this code:

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protected void makeContextMenu(ContextMenu contextMenu) {
    contextMenu.addItem(feedListScreen);
    contextMenu.addSeparatorInternal();
    contextMenu.addItem(syncScreen);
    contextMenu.addItem(toolsScreen);
    contextMenu.addItem(helpScreen);
  }
I have only a method AddSeparatorInternal(); and it puts the Separator at the bottom of the ContextMenu i.e. above the helpScreen MenuItem object but I would like to put it between feedListScreen MenuItem object and syncScreen MenuItem object. Do u know how? I don't have a method addSeparator() it is only available for Menu class.Thank U!
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use static method MenuItem.separator(int ordinal):
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protected void makeContextMenu(ContextMenu contextMenu) {
    contextMenu.addItem(feedListScreen);
    contextMenu.addItem(MenuItem.separator(10)); // actual value depends on ordinal of other menuitems
    contextMenu.addItem(syncScreen);
    contextMenu.addItem(toolsScreen);
    contextMenu.addItem(helpScreen);
  }
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Hi, I found out the way. I just should look the JDE library more carefully. Thank you!
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