Menubar on Windows???

xavier.bury at xavier.bury at
Tue Dec 11 09:04:38 EST 2007


One has to consider that windows menu are in-window just like any other 
group of objects. While mac menus are not...

I dont know how Rev handles mac menus, but once the menu group on windows 
is set, there's no more to it...

When a PC made stack is run on OSX, does the menu work correctly?

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use-revolution-bounces at wrote on 11/12/2007 15:00:03:

> On 11 Dec 2007, at 13:29, Dave wrote:
> > Thanks for the help, I realize I have to set the MenuBar property 
> > for Mac but are you saying that I should set it *only* for Mac? If 
> > so, how does it know which MenuBar to display under windows?
> It should have no effect at all on Windows.
> > I have the MenuBar in  a separate stack and do something like this 
> > at present:
> >
> > set the menubar of this stack to myMenuBarGroupLongName
> >
> > Where "myMenuBarGroupLongName" is set to a Stack other than "this 
> > stack".
> OK, I think that's the problem. Windows programmers will have to chip 
> in here, but I think the menu group for a stack has to exist on that 
> stack.
> Ian
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