OSX Style Toolbat Widget
mark at maseurope.net
Mon Aug 29 09:17:36 CDT 2005
If you mean a row of tools (icons) at the top of a window, you can just
put a bunch of buttons there. If you mean some sort of floating
palette, then you need to make a sub stack of your main stack, set the
decorations as desired, and populate it with a row of buttons...
Is this what you mean?
ps. Having to type
MessageDlg("Hello World", mtInformation, [mbYes, mbNo),0);'
answer "Hello World" with "Yes" or "no"
doesn't sound like being spoilt :)
On 29 Aug 2005, at 14:58, Scott Kane wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just wondering if anybody knows of
> a stack or procedure for creating
> OSX toolbars. You can do this
> in RealBaisic (Yuck!) as they
> have sublassed the control from
> the OS.
> Note it needs to be clear (not
> opaque) and as easy as possible
> for me as a Rev newbie. Ten
> years in Delphi has spoilt me
> in terms of available widgets
> and scripts that look like
> MessageDlg("Hello World", mtInformation, [mbYes, mbNo),0);
> That's not a complain against transcript,
> it just seems to take bigger learning curve as
> we have to "unlearn" how we do things on some ways.
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