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Scroll Buttons

Scroll Buttons appear automatically when a submenu's content height exceeds the browser window height, and vertical scrolling is needed. Scroll buttons enable end-users to scroll items. When scrolling is not needed, the corresponding scroll buttons are hidden.

The table below lists the main members that affect element appearance and functionality.

Characteristics Control Level Members Item Level Members
Availability MenuSettings.EnableSubMenuScrolling MenuItem.EnableScrolling (via MVCxMenuItem.EnableScrolling)
Image MenuImages.ScrollDownButton (via MenuSettingsBase.Images.ScrollDownButton),
MenuImages.ScrollUpButton (via MenuSettingsBase.Images.ScrollUpButton)
MenuItem.ScrollDownButtonImage (via MVCxMenuItem.ScrollDownButtonImage),
MenuItem.ScrollUpButtonImage (via MVCxMenuItem.ScrollUpButtonImage)
Style MenuStyles.ScrollButton (via MenuSettingsBase.Styles.ScrollButton) MenuItem.ScrollButtonStyle (via MVCxMenuItem.ScrollButtonStyle)

Note that item level members override control level members.

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