I don’t know if there’s a better way to do this, but I can confirm that this code works as a way to handle/capture keystroke combinations in JavaFX without having to use a menu/menubar:
This code for creating a JavaFX menubar and handling a keystroke/key-combination didn’t work as desired, but I think it’s on the right track:
As a quick note to self, this is what I had to do to get a “Delete” menu item working on a JavaFX TableView row:
This is a little unusual for me, but I'm putting the following code here so I can remember how I implement a
ViewPager in my current Android application. I want to put this code out here in its current state before it gets more complicated. In fact, I only wish I had copied it out here earlier, before I made it as complicated as it is.
The only things that are important to know are:
Here’s a quick example of how to access an Android
MenuItem in a Java
Fragment class (i.e., in your Java code).
Given a menu named res/menu/menu_landing_page.xml defined like this:
With my usual apology of late that I don't have much time for writing these days, if you're working with Android Honeycomb (3.2) or newer, and want to put a menu item in the ActionBar (Action Bar) for an Activity, I hope this source code will help.
To put a menu item in the Action Bar, you'll need to edit these files: