Windows menu bars
runrevron at gmail.com
Tue Jan 26 23:26:15 CST 2010
I was hoping for a better answer from someone as well. I ended up
doing what you did in a similar situation.
If its not too late, don't forget about the advantage of behaviors
when adding all those menus. Maintaining one menuset and then
parentscripting all the others has saved me lots of time when I need
to change something in one of the menus.
On Jan 27, 2010, at 12:31 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> zryip theSlug wrote:
>> Here is what I could do to have this menu in each of my documents.
>> This is purely theoretical.
>> 1) Creating of a substack in my project (as a kind of library)
>> where I
>> could create the main menu
>> 2) Creating a button with some script to handle my menu bar.
>> 3) Creating a parentscript / behavior link between menu bar and its
>> code in the button
>> 4) At every opening of a new document, copy of my group menu in the
>> new open stack. Provided of course that I have room in the top left
>> Maybe it can help, perhaps not. I tried ;)
> Thanks. It won't work for my stacks, they have too many cards each.
> When you copy a menu to a stack, you also have to place it on each
> card. Right now I have a pre-placed menu on each card, and have
> duplicated the menu for each stack, which I think is how it's often
> done. But I was hoping someone had a better idea. Or I may have to
> use a floating menu stack after all.
> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
> HyperActive Software | http://www.hyperactivesw.com
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