Menubar on Windows???

xavier.bury at xavier.bury at
Wed Dec 12 08:32:56 EST 2007

Hi Dave,

As i mentioned in a previous reply

check out the command "Set the menubar to ..."



use-revolution-bounces at wrote on 12/12/2007 14:29:55:

> Hi,
> Yes, but HOW do you designate the "menubar"????? According to the 
> Docs, the "menubar" property is only used on the Mac.
> What if I have more than one menubar that I want to switch depending 
> on context, how do I remove one and add the other as the Menubar to 
> use???
> Thanks a lot
> All the Best
> Dave
> On 12 Dec 2007, at 13:20, xavier.bury at wrote:
> > If your menubar is positioned on top left of the window, and is 
> > designated
> > the "menubar" of the stack, that's all you need.
> > ---------------------=---------------------
> > Xavier Bury
> >
> >
> > use-revolution-bounces at wrote on 12/12/2007 13:53:36:
> >
> >> So leaving aside all complexities like multiple windows, floating
> >> menu palettes, etc, if I want to port a simple stack as a self-
> >> contained app to both mac and windows with a fairly basic menubar,
> >> how do I do it? On the mac, I set the menubar of the stack to my
> >> button group. This is apparently not necessary on Windows, so how
> >> does Windows know which group to use for the menus in the stack 
> >> window?
> >>
> >> -- Peter
> >>
> >> Peter M. Brigham
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> >>
> >>
> >> -- 'Mr. Churchill, if you were my husband, I would put arsenic in 
> >> your tea!'
> >> -- 'Lady Astor, if you were my wife, I would drink it.'
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