From: Gert Kok <qawaly@ch...> - 2001-03-10 12:17:13
In the BWidgets 1.2.1 demo, and the ASED editor that uses these BWidgets,
some misbehaving occurs. It is related to the fact that the Mac OS has its
menubar on the system window, not in the application window.
Selecting and posting a menu is OK. But as soon as I enter the first entry
of this posted menu, the button for this entry is placed in the window of
the application, where it should have been if there was a menubar for this
application-window. Releasing the mouse above this 'ghost' button gives the
result that is expected from a menuentry. The image of the menu that is
still below the System-Menubar doesn't respond.
Dragging up&down from the button inside the application window, and over
the place where a menubar could have been in the application-window is like
navigating a complete menubar. Even the Mac-Menu gets posted.
In which tcl files should I look to change this behaviour? Or is this
problem inside the Mac implementation?
http://www.unifix-online.com/BWidget/ doesn't seem to exist anymore.
From: Daniel A. Steffen <steffen@ic...> - 2001-03-12 05:27:56
At 13:18 +0100 on 10/3/01, Gert Kok wrote:
>In which tcl files should I look to change this behaviour? Or is this
>problem inside the Mac implementation?
I don't think this is a mac tk problem, it sounds like the bwidgets
weren't written with a non window-local menubar in mind, it might not
be easy to fix.
without more details it's certainly hard to tell you where to look,
maybe somebody has already come across this before, you should try
asking on c.l.t
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