I have a MainForm in my application, I draw a 'MenuStrip' into this MainForm, and set this MenuStrip.dock=dockstyle.top, of course, I add several ToolStripMenuItems onto this MenuStrip, say 10 items.
The scenario is that, when I click and draw the MainForm be smaller and samller, the MenuStrip will then be covered in the end part, and some items in the end of the MenuStrip will be disappeared one by one.
My Question is below :
How can I have a mechanism (or setting) to have such as an extra box on the end of the MenuStrip, so that, when I click this extra box, the ToolStripMenuItems, which is disappeared when this MainForm is smaller and smaller, can be shown on a list (or a dropdown list), I then can click and select it to open one of the disappeared ToolStripMenuItem ?
I found that when I draw a ToolStrip, and add some toolstripbuttons on this ToolStrip, if I click and draw this MainForm smaller and smaller, though the ToolStrip also will be covered, there automatically (by system) have an extra box (mark) in the end of ToolStrip, for user to click and can open the disappeared toolstripbutton, can I have the same performance on the MenuStrip ?