wxMenuEvent

This class is used for a variety of menu-related events. Note that these do not include menu command events, which are handled using wxCommandEvent objects.

The default handler for wxEVT_MENU_HIGHLIGHT displays help text in the first field of the status bar.

Derived from

wxEvent
wxObject

Include files

<wx/event.h>

Event table macros

To process a menu event, use these event handler macros to direct input to member functions that take a wxMenuEvent argument. They can only be processed by a menubar's frame.

EVT_MENU_OPEN(func) A menu is about to be opened. On Windows, this is only sent once for each navigation of the menubar (up until all menus have closed).
EVT_MENU_CLOSE(func) A menu has been just closed.
EVT_MENU_HIGHLIGHT(id, func) The menu item with the specified id has been highlighted: used to show help prompts in the status bar by wxFrame
EVT_MENU_HIGHLIGHT_ALL(func) A menu item has been highlighted, i.e. the currently selected menu item has changed.

See also

Command events,
Event handling overview



wxMenuEvent::wxMenuEvent



wxMenuEvent(WXTYPE id = 0, int id = 0, wxMenu* menu = NULL)

Constructor.



wxMenuEvent::GetMenu

wxMenu * GetMenu(void) const

Returns the menu which is being opened or closed. This method should only be used with the OPEN and CLOSE events.



wxMenuEvent::GetMenuId

int GetMenuId(void) const

Returns the menu identifier associated with the event. This method should be only used with the HIGHLIGHT events.



wxMenuEvent::IsPopup

bool IsPopup(void) const

Returns true if the menu which is being opened or closed is a popup menu, false if it is a normal one.

This method should only be used with the OPEN and CLOSE events.

ymasuda 平成17年11月19日