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Re: Menu with sub-items (hpwImage)

Postby HPW » Thu Sep 17, 2015 6:54 am

Hello,

The popup menu is a system menu and uses the font defined for all menus (like mainmenu)
The delphi Tpopup component does not support a font property.
Only switching to owner-draw menus would allow a redesign.
This is a quite a bigger work and I have no plans currently to think about such a project.

Sorry.

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Re: Menu with sub-items (hpwImage)

Postby fkapnist » Thu Oct 08, 2015 7:30 am

HPW wrote:Hello,

The popup menu is a system menu and uses the font defined for all menus (like mainmenu)
The delphi Tpopup component does not support a font property.
Only switching to owner-draw menus would allow a redesign.
This is a quite a bigger work and I have no plans currently to think about such a project.

Sorry.

Regards


If you click on the popup menu and decide to cancel, the popup stays open until you click on another part of the screen. The sub-menus however will close automatically when you mouse-off them. Is there a way to get the main popup to also close with a mouse-off? Just for convenience...

:?:

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Re: Menu with sub-items (hpwImage)

Postby HPW » Thu Oct 08, 2015 8:19 am

If you click on the popup menu and decide to cancel, the popup stays open until you click on another part of the screen.


This is the Standard Windows behaviour like in any windows program I know.
And I think there is no event like mouse-off to do this.

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Re: Menu with sub-items (hpwImage)

Postby fkapnist » Thu Oct 08, 2015 8:59 am

HPW wrote:
If you click on the popup menu and decide to cancel, the popup stays open until you click on another part of the screen.


This is the Standard Windows behaviour like in any windows program I know.
And I think there is no event like mouse-off to do this.

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If there is a single action to close the pop-up, maybe it can be put into a NB Mouse Exit tab?
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