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davidsl6

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Cool :)

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-Andreas

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Amazing stuff, any chance you can put it up on gitHub to look through as well?

 

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ynhhoJ

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Thx!

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SkyLake

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Great Library you did here.

Expecting background image support for the native menus next update.

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m4a_X

· Edited by m4a_X

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I think it's a very nice work! Bad that you only release a compressed js file. :(

I found a Bug here: prntscr.com/jcvqoq

 

Thanks! :)

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Angel

· Edited by Angel

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This is very nice and very simple to use.

The documentation could be expanded a bit, I had to read through the js to determine how to update a UIMenuListItem's values. If anyone is interested, here is how I did it:

 

// import the lib
const ui = require("./nativeui.js");

// Save a reference to the menu item being created
const menuListItem = new ui.UIMenuListItem(
	"menu item text",
	"menu item description goes here",
	new ui.ItemsCollection(["this", "is", "the", "list", "when", "menu", "created"])
);

// add it to the menu
menu.AddItem(menuListItem);


// then later in the code, update the list with the following:
menuListItem.Collection = new ui.ItemsCollection(["this", "is", "the", "new", "values"]).getListItems();

 

What I was trying to do was assign a new ui.ItemsCollection object to menuListItem.Collection. The result was that all the fields were empty. Note also, in my case, the number of entries doesn't change (unlike the example above) so I don't know what the resulting behaviour is. I'm sure the library can handle it.

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rootcause

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Ryson

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Good job! - Is there any way to create submenues?

Response from the author:

Yes! 

BindMenuToItem(menuToBind: NativeUI, itemToBindTo: UIMenuItem);

This function is on the NativeUI itself and binds a menu to an item!

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bluebuildings

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Nice stuff ! However, the "data" option is missing to ItemsCollection and also an ItemSelect.over event...

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Jake Dary

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err.PNG

 

what did i do wrong ?

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Jengas

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Amazing! Best one

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Peyman

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Nice

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