- Buttons aren't the only objects that can launch Actions, List Boxes and DropDown Boxes can launch Actions exactly the same as Buttons.
- You can add up to 10 Actions to be performed instead of just one. For example you can have a Button open several documents, and update the contents of the TextBox all at the same time. Actions are executed in the list from top to bottom.
- When aligning objects the last object selected is the one the other objects align to.
- To center an object in the Menu select the object, then hold down the CTRL button while selecting the background object. Then press the Align button of your choice.
- You can lock an object to keep it from accidently being moved or sized by pressing the lock button in the top right hand corner of the object settings window.
- Click on the Menu Settings tab to adjust other Menu properties like the title bar text.
- The type of Actions you can choose from are determined by the objects on a Menu. If you add a Flash object to your Menu, you'll notice a few new Actions listed that allow you to control (Play, Pause, Close, etc) the Flash object.
- Actions can be opened into the Menu as well as in a new window. If you have a Web Page object on your Menu and you choose the Action Open a Web Page you can have it opened into a new browser window, or into the Web Page object on your Menu.
- You can add spacing to the items in your List Box and DropDown Box objects by adding blank items.