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Now, we're going to take a very brief look at the codes used for submenus. So I have this Skiing Submenu from the Sports Set of the Library panel. I'm going to open this up in Photoshop. Now, you'll notice that there are three buttons here: chapters 1, 2, and 3. By the way, there's a little Pound sign here, and that Pound sign indicates that this is a button still because we saw the plus sign. But it's a certain type of button. It's a chapter button. So we have chapter 1, 2 and 3, and that corresponds to chapters 1, 2, and 3 to buttons here. But we also have three other button sets, and there are actually three more buttons here, six buttons total.
The other three buttons are one, this menu text, this is actually a button, and these two little arrows here. If you click on the menu, it's meant to take you back to the main menu. And if you click left, it's meant to take you to the Previous chapter selection menu. Clicking right will take you to the Next chapter selection menu. And so that is what the function of these three buttons are. And actually, that navigation is built into these buttons. So I am putting the up arrow here, which is actually Shift+6 on your keyboard, will take you up a level.
So that's what the code for the up to the next level menu button here is. And the button on the left-hand side here, for that we have the Less Than symbol, and that will automatically take us to the previous menu. There is one. And if there is a Next submenu, then this will take us to the next one, and that is the right button here. Now, all of these codes are not absolutely necessary. The chapter Pound sign here, that will help when you're creating a chapter index. That's necessary for that. But again, for just like the basic core navigation in Encore, that's not necessary, as well as these other submenu navigation codes, helpful but not essential.
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