The menu definition dialog allows a menu to be defined.
The menu is display in a treeview structure, with the menu name as the root item. The example dialog displays the menu for ForthForm. Popups and submenus will have a + sign next to them. Click on + to expand the tree item.
MenuText - the string text used for the menu strings as well as the menu name.
C Button - clears both menuext and name text.
Name - used to set and display the name for a Win32Forth :Menuitem.
Popup - add a popup item to the menu.
Submenu - add a submenu item to the menu.
MenuItem - add a menuitem to the menu. To make a :MenuItem type the name in the Name textbox.
MenuSeparator - add a menuseparator to the menu.
Note that the above options require the desired popup, submenu or menubar to be selected.
New - prompts to erase all entries and create a default menu.
Delete - Delete the selected menu item. The main menubar cannot be deleted.
Rename- rename the selected item. Alternatively the double click an item to edit it. Press enter to save edited text.
Edit - compile the menu in W32F format and edit in Formpad.
Clipboard - compile the menu in W32F format and copy to the clipboard.
Save - Save the menu as a menu definition file (.mdf). This a standard text file loadable from Win32Forth. It will always be saved in this format despite any future compiling extensions.
Load - Load a menu from a menu definition file or read a W32F menu definition from a Forth file.
Test - Test the defined menu.
Close - Close the dialog window.
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