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to hide menu keeping shortcut Alt F of Alt H working

to hide menu keeping shortcut Alt F of Alt H working

to hide menu keeping shortcut Alt F of Alt H working

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Hi im absolute beginner for tcl/tk.
Question: is possible to hide menu bar (File Play Edit Help) with shortcut Alt F or Alt P working Alt E Alt H working like if menu is not hide?

thanks you very much

RE: to hide menu keeping shortcut Alt F of Alt H working

Are you talking about an IDE or a menu that you made yourself?

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Bob Rashkin

RE: to hide menu keeping shortcut Alt F of Alt H working

Hi,

Not sure if it helps in your quest and/or if there are more simpler/logical solutions, but one might simply add toplevel bindings to the same key combinations of the menu entries, as soon as the user hides the menu. For example:

Lets suppose you have created a menu into the main toplevel "." and user/program activates hiding the menu. Then we could define the following binding:

CODE -->

bind . <Alt-Key-h> {call_help_procedure} 

Where call_help_procedure is obviously the (same) help procedure that is executed as using the menu's Help-entry.

thacoda

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