This example demonstrates:

  • Toggle mode - click any button to see toggle effect
  • Default pressed button #2 (pressedItem=2)
  • Using apButtonMenu with frames
  • Button type 4
  • Horizontal menu direction

HTML Source

<applet Code=apButtonMenu.class Width=500 Height=18>
<a href=http://www.apycom.com>Apycom Java Applets</a>
<param name="Copyright" value="Apycom.com">
<param name="isHorizontal" value="true">
<param name="pressedItem" value="2">
<param name="buttonType" value="4">
<param name="backColor" value="2f672f">
<param name="backHighColor" value="efefcf">
<param name="fontColor" value="ffd700">
<param name="fontHighColor" value="2f672f">
<param name="font" value="Arial,11,1">
<param name="menuItems" value="
     {Example #1,pix/ex1tst.html,main_wnd}
     {Example #2,ex2main.html,main_wnd}
     {Example #3,pix/ex3tst.html,main_wnd}
     {Example #4,pix/ex4tst.html,main_wnd}
     {Example #5,pix/ex5tst.html,main_wnd}
     {Example #6,pix/ex6tst.html,main_wnd}
     ">
</applet>

How to setup the menu

 

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