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4/10/2013 10:50 AM
 

Hallo,

In my skin I would need to know the position within the menu of the currently selected item. If the item is a subitem, then I need the position of the parent at Level 0 of the menu.

For example if the menu is:
menuitem1
menuitem2
...submenuitem2_1
menuitem3

when I am in menuitem3, I would need 3, when in submenuitem2_1 I would need 2,, and so on.

I tried to use the ActiveTab.TabOrder property of Tab but I don't really understand it: it uses only odd numbers starting from 3.

Have any idea ? Thanks

 
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