How to create Custom option menu class

by bubu » Tue, 25 May 2010 01:59:55 GMT


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 I want to know how to create custom menu class because using the built
in menu Framework provided by android i am unable to align the  option
menu in a single line containing 6 items.Option menu class by default
provides 6 menu items that too comes in 3x2 format.How to override the
class so that i can display 6X1 format.Any help will be greatly
appreciated.

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