File copying from a menu

Brandon deanfamily11 at verizon.net
Tue Aug 26 18:10:24 CEST 2008


Ok, below is a portion of the code that first (near as I can tell because I 
had nothign to do with desgining the program) sets up the menu 
(setupMenuBar) and then adds the commands to be used with the items:

def setupMenuBar(self):
        menubar = self.menuBar()
        file_ = menubar.addMenu("&File")
        file_.addAction(self.importEx)
        file_.addAction(self.exitAct)

    def createActions(self):
        fileMenu = QtGui.QMenu(self.tr("&File"), self)

        self.importEx = QtGui.QAction(self.tr("&Import Excel Document"), 
self)
        self.importEx.setShortcut(self.tr("Ctrl+E"))
        self.importEx.setStatusTip(self.tr("Import Excel Document"))
        self.connect(self.importEx, QtCore.SIGNAL("triggered()"), 
self.importExcel)

        self.exitAct = QtGui.QAction(self.tr("E&xit"), self)
        self.exitAct.setShortcut(self.tr("Ctrl+Q"))
        self.exitAct.setStatusTip(self.tr("Exit the application"))
        self.connect(self.exitAct, QtCore.SIGNAL("triggered()"), self, 
QtCore.SLOT("close()"))

"Fredrik Lundh" <fredrik at pythonware.com> wrote in message 
news:mailman.2191.1219732396.922.python-list at python.org...
> Brandon wrote:
>
>> I'm attempting to have a file copied from a menu selection.  The menu 
>> already exists, but it won't even create the menu item.  If anyone has 
>> any ideas, please let me know.
>
> try cutting down your code to a minimal example that illustrates the 
> problem, and post that code (that'll also allow us to figure out what 
> library you're using to create the menu...).
>
> </F
> 





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