Hi I am trying to set a custom view on action bar and a custom menu at the same time.
I also want a click listener on the menu.I am using Menu inflator to inflate the menu and taking the id of relative layout for the click event.
In the menu i am using action layout for the custom menu.I am able to set the custom menu but after that the the custom view of the actionbar is not showing(custom view s
I want to create custom options menu like that in the picture:
Maybe someone knows tutorial how to achieve something like that? I have already tried from this link http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/173121/Android-Menus-My-Way . But problem is that I can`t add menu to menu button.
Okay I am trying to add .css to my right click new menu. But when I go to HKEY_Classes_Root\.css\ShellNew and create a string key with NullFile name the file doesn't appear in the context menu. Can anyone help me whyis it not working ? When I do same thing with other file extension I can succesfully do that.
I have a cd to present which will need to have a popup menu that displays links to a registration screen.
It will also need to, when clicked either show the default windows explorer menu for contents of that cd or allow the popup menu to display the contents of the cd in a file tree.
Im guessing that adobe flash is the way to go for this but could anybody help me know where to start?
I'm just guessing here, trying to help.Looking at this line, <file>/var/lib/openbox/debian-menu.xml</file>it would suggest that you place the path to your menu file between the file tags.<file>$HOME/.config/openbox/my-menu</file>I would presume the format is the same .xml as found in the original menu.
I'm new with android development. After i create an app with simple menu. i click on the parent menu, i don't see the items in the submenu appeared. I don't know why is that. Enyone know this, please teach me.
Doesn anyone know how to add a custom menu entry to the root of the main menu in lxde. I do know how to add a custome menu_entry, as in a new category or add sub-menus. But I want to add "run, terminal, web-broser, file-manager" etc.... to the top of the main menu, as toplevel entries... In xfce4 you have the "include X-Xfce_Toplevel" category that lets you do this.