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This file documents the new [menuBar] command introduced in version 8.1 of AlphaX.

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attributed to the menus when they were created. It is the same token expected by most of the [menuRef] and [menuItem] subcommands (see the

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This file documents the new [menuBar] command introduced in version 8.1 of AlphaX. This is an experimental command proposed as a part of the bindings reform. It is open to discussion.

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(:title The [menuBar] command:)

This file documents the new [menuBar] command introduced in version 8.1 of AlphaX. This is an experimental command proposed as a part of the bindings reform. It is open to discussion.

The [menuBar] command lets you access the basic properties of the current menu bar in Alpha. The menus themselves can be created and manipulated using the [menuRef] command (see the MenuRefCommand page on this wiki).

Synopsis

The formal syntax of the [menuBar] command is:

menuBar subcommand

The possible subcommands are:

  • show
  • hide
  • visible
  • count
  • list

These subcommands should be self-explanatory. The list returned by the [menuBar list] command is a list of tokens attributed to the menus when they were created. It is the same token expected by most of the [menuRef] and [menuItem] subcommands (see the MenuRefCommand and MenuItemCommand pages). Note that the [menuBar count] and [menuBar list] do not take the application menu and the help menu into account. Their tokens are "application" and "help" respectively.


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