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Hide starting separator in menus #329

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mpmc opened this Issue Dec 24, 2017 · 5 comments

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mpmc commented Dec 24, 2017

As title, reference here.

@mpmc mpmc changed the title from Hide tearoff in menus. to Hide tearoff in menus Dec 24, 2017

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jarvisteach commented Dec 25, 2017

tearable should be defaulting to False in all menus. So you shouldn't be seeing tearable menus.

Have a look here: http://appjar.info/pythonBars/#create-menus - there is a tearable parameter on .createMenu() which defaults to False...

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mpmc commented Dec 25, 2017

Sorry I meant the starting separator.

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@mpmc mpmc changed the title from Hide tearoff in menus to Hide starting separator in menus Dec 25, 2017

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jarvisteach commented Dec 26, 2017

That separator has been put in deliberately, and only on linux - I don't remember why though...

Will have to have a play and work out why I did it

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mpmc commented Dec 26, 2017

That separator has been put in deliberately, and only on linux - I don't remember why though...

Perhaps to split the built-in menu options from defined ones?

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jarvisteach commented Feb 12, 2018

The menu in the grid doesn't need this, so I'll remove it from the others...

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