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 description.
You supply it with a list of items, and it will create one choice for each item. When the menu is first displayed, you need to call Controlname.refresh().
To add a Menu to your app, choose the MenuTextBlock icon in the Toolbar. Use the Property Editor to set the properties.
Properties and Methods
Standard properties are supported, plus:
|addItem(textBlock, item)||Add textBlock to position item on the list. If item is not supplied, add to the end. HTML is OK.|
|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|
|textBlocks||A list of choices to be offered. The items are separated by vertical bar characters. Do not include quote signs or returns in the text. HTML is OK. (design time)|
|refresh()||Recalculates the size of the scrolling area when first displayed.|
|replaceItem(item, textBlock)||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