Why should it, if your layout is fixed width?
It doesn't seem to jump to the next layout as the browser is reduced. The menu extends to the right past the browser.
Again:Why should it?
If you have multiple fixed width breakpoints, you have to resize your menu manually breakpointwise to match the width.
When you reduce the browser width, shouldn't it activate the next layout as it comes into pixel range? Why isn't the resize option available when the menu widget is selected on a horizontal menu on a master page?
Why shouldn't it scale? Other things do? Same thing with other widgets, like accordions, which become a breakpoint nightmare.
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Your first posting was not really clear. For me, this meant, you have an adaptive, fixed width site and you are wondering, why your menu won’t scale, when you scale the browser window.
If you have fixed width pages with multiple fixed width breakpoints, your menu should adapt its width automatically, if it is set to "Responsive Width" and "Uniform Size" (not "Uniform Spacing").
This is true for accordions too.
The "Resize" option is greyed out, if you menu is set to "Uniform Spacing". This isn’t implemented yet. ( I am not sure if it will be implemented. Perhaps actual browsers don’t support this feature, because it requires heavy(!) calculation power.)