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Oct 15, 2017

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Because my menu is so extensive (lots of pages and the menu is updated frequently)  I want to try to use MU native vertical menu with the hambuger.

This tutorial uses the MU composition widget to create a menu, but can we just place the MU vertical menu inside the composition widget? Or inside an accordian panel?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kziCEqQpF9s

If not recommended, any tips on how to use the native MU vertical menu with hamburger solution is appreciated. Thanks.

fyi my extensive menu --- so a quick third party MuseThemes widget will not work. Screen Shot 2017-10-15 at 6.03.36 PM.png

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Just drag the menu "onto" the composition, the blue highlighted frame shows when you have placed the menu at the right spot.Bildschirmfoto 2017-10-16 um 00.45.09.png

I did this with a composition and some buttons inside the composition, but with the menu widget the blue lines behave the same way.

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Test it. You could easily replace "my" buttons with "your" menu

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Uwe

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hamburger menu & MU composition widget

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Because my menu is so extensive (lots of pages and the menu is updated frequently)  I want to try to use MU native vertical menu with the hambuger.

This tutorial uses the MU composition widget to create a menu, but can we just place the MU vertical menu inside the composition widget? Or inside an accordian panel?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kziCEqQpF9s

If not recommended, any tips on how to use the native MU vertical menu with hamburger solution is appreciated. Thanks.

fyi my extensive menu --- so a quick third party MuseThemes widget will not work. Screen Shot 2017-10-15 at 6.03.36 PM.png

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

Just drag the menu "onto" the composition, the blue highlighted frame shows when you have placed the menu at the right spot.Bildschirmfoto 2017-10-16 um 00.45.09.png

I did this with a composition and some buttons inside the composition, but with the menu widget the blue lines behave the same way.

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Test it. You could easily replace "my" buttons with "your" menu

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Just drag the menu "onto" the composition, the blue highlighted frame shows when you have placed the menu at the right spot.Bildschirmfoto 2017-10-16 um 00.45.09.png

I did this with a composition and some buttons inside the composition, but with the menu widget the blue lines behave the same way.

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Test it. You could easily replace "my" buttons with "your" menu

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Uwe, you're a genius!!

I wonder why the tutorials I viewed made it so complicated. I am on deadlines today so will not get a chance right away, but can't wait to get back into Muse.

Muse's a pretty good program, all in all

Many thanks,

Anita

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I have to admit that I sometimes also do not understand, why some items are that complicated explained.

Great, if it works for you.

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Uwe

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