Recent Questions Linux Tree TextQ: Is it possible to have the actual words clickable in order to open up a sublevel menu instead of having to click on the + symbol?
A: Yes, you can do it.
You should set this parameter:
var texpandItemClick = 1;
A: You can set bigger left padding for your Submenu Style, for example:
var menuStyles = [
["menuBackColor=transparent","menuBorderWidth=0","itemSpacing=1","itemPadding=0px 5px 0px 25px"],
itemPadding=0px 5px 0px 25px - top right bottom left
Q: How can I make items appear much more quickly in the drop down menu samples?
They appear but only after mouseing-over the menu and waiting for approximately one second.
A: Try to adjust the following parameters:
You can also turn off transitional effects
Q: We are unable to get sub-menus to appear on page load or rather simulate a "windows application style menu".
Again, we are trying to use the menu not only as a navigator but also as a visual aid for the user to determine what page they are viewing. For example, when a user clicks on a menu item and that page loads, the menu should display the top-level item pressed, the sub-menu group, and the item pressed.
Furthermore, it would also be useful if we could then "unlock" the pressed items and navigate the menu under normal circumstances.
If there are no existing "quick" functions to accomplish this, could you please point out the function in dmenu.js or another engine file that initiates the display of sub-menus, we could then force the menu to select a top-level item in the onload event thus showing a top-level item pressed along with it's related sub-menu.