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I have done it using LIST item manipulation. Video reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQ5PR5OaVxM and full solution could be download from http://windows7bugs.wordpress.com
I check your links, very useful information
your information also very greatful.
thanks you so much.
There is also a trick u could use ...
1.Creating a display item in a canvas & draw other displaying items the way u want to display ur menu item in...
2.Then creating visual attributes the no u want coordinating with u display items
3.Finally using when mouse click trigger to show these items & and when mouse double click k to hide them using
set item instance built inUsing a related property which is set to true to show item once and to false to hide such item...
If wasn't helpful i recommend playing with visual attributes to give the impression of f invisibility with gray color the same as canvas color i supposed in order to hide and any other color in order to show button or a display item once for each