marking active menu items
afunkyobject at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 19 18:17:49 UTC 2006
So I take it you are not interested in only showing
active items.. As far as I know, MenuItemMorphs don't
have a 'enabled' boolean but you could probably
subclass MenuItemMorph to add it..
Re: 3.8 debugger display issue.. I noticed an issue
in the debugger too related to the code it
*hightlights*, but only when Shout was enabled. If
Shout is disabled in the Preferences (sorry can't try
it now myself, not at a Squeak computer) is it still a
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> Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 19:22:06 -0500
> From: Ralph Boland <rpboland at gmail.com>
> Subject: marking active menu items
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> I need to create a menu in which the selectable
> items (MenuItemMorphs)
> are sometimes active and sometimes inactive.
> For inactive items nothing is done when they are
> selected from the menu.
> Currently, I plan to indicate the difference by
> using a line (MenuLineMorph)
> to separate the items into two groups with the
> active items above.
> I consider this to be a poor solution for various
> reasons. I wonder if
> anyone can propose
> a better solution and preverably a more standard
> solution to this problem.
> The simpler and more portable the solution the
> Currently, I am using Squeak 3.6. I will soon be
> porting to 3.7 so I can
> use a Squeak 3.7 solution.
> Porting to 3.8 has been delayed because displaying a
> method in the debugger
> displays the wrong text in a method. The displayed
> text is off by one
> character for each assignment
> operator preceding the displayed text.
> (The displayed text is the text of the current
> message send in the method)
> I am using the Linux version of Squeak.
> Ralph Boland
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