RMMV Padding top only for menu windows?

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I'm using Hime's Window Background plugin to create custom backgrounds for my menu, and I'd like to have some padding on the top of each window that pushes the contents down by whatever amount I'd like.

Really, I think I can make it work for most windows but just adjusting the y value of the contents, as I've done it in Window_Gold. HOWEVER I'm having issues with Window_MenuCommand and creating some space above the first listed command. I've dug around and no luck as of yet. Thought about inserting a blank non-selectable row above the first command, but also couldn't crack that one, either. Using SRD's SuperToolsEngine, I can add a non-selectable row underneath my commands, but I'd like to add one above my commands to create that space. Hmm...

Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

EDIT: To be honest, I don't know if this would be a plugin request or just help figuring stuff out. But assistance would be fantastic.

EDIT AGAIN: Ok, so I finally found this thread here that might be what I was looking for, but I've since altered my approach to the issue I was having and found a solution that worked for me.
 
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