• Subject: Re: Menubar problems
  • From: "James W. Kilgore" <eMail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 11:25:37 -0700
  • Organization: Progressive Data Systems, Inc.


I just checked my manual and your code is correct per the book:

"Within the choice text, you can specify a mnemonic for the choice by
using a greater than character (>) to indicate the mnemonic
character. The character to the right of the > is the mnemonic."

I would start checking for PTF's or file an APAR at this point.

"Kellems, Cary" wrote:
> Ron,
> No....each letter I use is unique and it is happening with every instance.
> But I also use this technique for the menubar and I get the same results
> (i.e. File show with the i underlined, Edit shows with the d underlined).
> At least it's a consistent problem.
>  R DAQ585M                   MNUBAR
>    MNUFLD         2Y 0I  1  2
>                              MNUBARCHC(1 FILE1   '>File'
>                              MNUBARCHC(2 EDIT1   '>Edit'
>                              MNUBARCHC(3 VIEW1   '>View'
>                              MNUBARCHC(4 HELP1   '>Help'
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