Here’s some information about the Boulder, Colorado Chautauqua, courtesy of the menu at the Chautauqua dining hall.
As a brief note, here’s some source code that I used to create a
JMenuBar in a Java application. First, I defined some fields in my main class:
private static final KeyStroke fileOpenKeystroke = KeyStroke.getKeyStroke(KeyEvent.VK_O, Event.META_MASK); private Action fileOpenAction; private JMenuBar menuBar;
Later in the same class I defined this method:
If you want to implement About, Preferences, and Quit handlers with Java 9 and newer on MacOS systems, this example Java source code shows how to do it:
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:
Android FAQ: When is the Android Fragment
onCreateOptionsMenu method called?
I was just working through a problem with an Android Menu and MenuItem, and added some debug code to the methods in my Android Fragment, and found that the
onCreateOptionsMenu method is called after
onStart. I didn’t put Log/debug code in every activity lifecycle method, but for the ones I did add logging code to, the specific order of the fragment method calls looked like this:
To create a new book in Drupal 8:
A nice thing about the CKEditor in Drupal 8 is that it’s easy to add your own custom styles to the CKEditor “Styles” drop-down menu. This is the menu in the CKEditor widget you see when you’re editing content at a URI such as node/add/blog, which I’m referring to in this image:
AppleScript FAQ: How do I enable the AppleScript menu on the Mac OS X menu bar?
To enable the AppleScript menu on the Mac OS X menu bar, follow these steps: