m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Feb 15 13:23:30 CST 2010
I had the same problem. Use a front script, which catches the
rawKeyDown message if the target is the short name of a relevant
object in the stack that you use as menu.
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Op 15 feb 2010, om 20:14 heeft Peter Brigham MD het volgende geschreven:
> This is the first time I've really tried to use stack menus. I'm
> building a stack menu during the course of user operations in a
> stack -- it's a menu of recent images accessed, with thumbnails and
> stored data associated with them. I've assigned a menustack as the
> menuName of a pulldown menu button, and all the scripts for handling
> user input are in the menustack stack script. I resize the menustack
> every time I add a "menuitem" (actually a group consisting of a
> thumbnail and a field) or choose an item from the menu (it deletes
> more recent menuitems, as a "recent" menu should).
> Things are working fine, but a problem arises when the menustack
> gets too tall. Clicking on the pulldown menu button pops up the
> menu, but the bottom of it is chopped off, as it would descend below
> the screenrect. I tried putting a rawkeydown handler in the
> menustack to handle scrolling, and this works fine if I open the
> menustack as toplevel -- I can use my scrollwheel to scroll the
> stack up and down to see the whole list -- but when I click the
> pulldown menu button and try to scroll the popped-up stack, nothing
> Is there some way to allow scrolling of a stack menu that is too
> large to display fully?
> -- Peter
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