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How to implement collapse on select in JMenu with JRadioButton as items?

 
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As for a common JMenuItem, it seems to be defaulted to collapse on select.

Now I added two jRadioButtons in a menu, when I click on one, the command finishes but the radio menu is still there seemingly requests another select.

I need to make it a collapse on select mode for user friendliness.

How can that be done? Thank you guys.
 
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Oh, I got it.

I should not have used JRadioButton, should rather JRadioButtonMenuItem。

Someone gave me this in baidu.

Thanks.
 
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I'm glad you got it resolved

However, since this is a Swing topic, I've moved your thread to a better suited forum.
 
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