[Tutor] Re: [Pythoncard-users] global menubar
cyresse at gmail.com
Sun Mar 20 01:40:27 CET 2005
Sorry, I meant Menu Editor... I'm not sure how you would handle your
global menubar. You could have one parent window with a menu, and none
of the children windows have menus.
But, when you open the children, your parent will lose focus, if
that's going to be a problem.
Ummm... if none of your children windows are going to have menus,
would it be that hard to give them all the same menu?
Alternatively, you might want to check out the wxPython demo for what
you want do do. It has support for the more complex stuff like sash
On Sat, 19 Mar 2005 16:28:52 -0600, brad.allen at omsdal.com
<brad.allen at omsdal.com> wrote:
> Hm...I don't see that option on any of my windows under Background Info. I'm
> using PythonCard .81 with Python 2.3 under Windows XP . I do see a checkbox
> called "Status bar on Window", but unchecking that had no effect that I
> could see. The menus on my primary parent window are still not available in
> child windows.
> To clarify, what I'm trying to accomplish here is an overarching application
> window which contains other windows. At least, that's what it would look
> like under Windows. On a Mac, it would just be an menubar globally available
> and applicable independent of which window happened to be active. I'm not
> clear on how to accomplish this in PythonCard.
> Liam Clarke <cyresse at gmail.com> wrote on 03/19/2005 03:05:09 PM:
> > In the Resource Editor, go to Background Info and turn off menus for
> > the windows.
> > On Sat, 19 Mar 2005 11:59:09 -0600, brad.allen at omsdal.com
> > <brad.allen at omsdal.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > I've noticed that the basic structure in PythonCard involves every
> > > having a separate menubar. Is there a way in PythonCard to have an
> > > overarching application menu, with no menus in each window?
> > >
> > > Thanks!
> > --
> > 'There is only one basic human right, and that is to do as you damn
> > well please.
> > And with it comes the only basic human duty, to take the consequences.
'There is only one basic human right, and that is to do as you damn well please.
And with it comes the only basic human duty, to take the consequences.
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