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I have a menu A which has a sub menu B.Menu B has items x,y,z. If i attach a mnemonic key to menu B,then when I press "ALT + A + B", nothing happens. i want the menu to show x,y,z menu items when i press "ALT + A + B". I find this function should have been inbuilt in java gui. But as this setup doesnt work, is there any other way to achieve this.
 
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I have never heard of any menu system that will display a sub menu when ALT + A + B is pressed. The way I have seen menus work, ALT + A will bring up the A menu. Pressing a B will bring up the B Sub-menu.
Recently working with menus I found that Listeners are the way to implement most items associated with the clicking of menu items. Check them out.
As you can see I am new to Java Also and I hope I am helping here.
 
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hi kelly,
what u have said is exactly what i want. But i am not able to get it done in java swing.
 
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All you need to do is use the setMnemonic function on your two menus. What exactly are you having problems with?
 
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hi angela,
i did set the mnemonic keys. but the sub menu doesnt pop up when the key is pressed.
 
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