This control is part of iWebKit, which has been deprecated.
The Menu control is used to give the user a choice what action to take next. Each item can have a number, a description and an optional time.
You supply it with a list of items, and it will create one choice for each item. After the menu is first displayed, you need to recalulate the size of the scrolling area by doing Controlname.refresh().
To add a Menu to your app, choose the Menu icon in the Toolbar. Use the Property Editor to set the properties.
Properties and Methods
Standard properties are supported, plus:
|addItem(name, title, time[, item])||Add name to position item on the list. If item is not supplied, add to the end. The title and time arguments are optional.|
|deleteItem(item)||If item is not supplied, the last one is deleted. If "all", all items are deleted.|
|getItem(i)||Returns the text of item i.|
|getItemCount()||Returns the number of items|
|times||A comma separated list of times. If blank, no time for the choice.. (design time only)|
|items||A comma separated list of choices to be offered. (design time)|
|refresh()||Recalculates the size of the scrolling area after control is first displayed.|
|replaceItem(item, name, title, time)||Replace an existing item|
|scroll_options|| This control makes use of iScroll. It has a number of options, including:
bounce: true/false. When the end of the scroll area is reached, should the image bounce?
zoom: true/false. Allow two finger zoom in gesture?
The full list of options is documented here: http://cubiq.org/iscroll-4
|scrolling||Allow choices in the menu to scoll? On or off. (design time)|
|title||Optional. If supplied, will put a heading on top of the list. (design time)|
In addition to the standard events, Menu has a modified version of onclick.
|onclick(choice)||The number of the choice that was made, starting from 0.|
Function iMenu1_onclick(choice) If TypeName(choice)= "object" Then Exit Function MsgBox "Menu item chosen: " & choice End Function