This is a very powerful command, which is used to add a new entry to the menu or to modify an existing entry. It determines which command is executed when the menu entry is activated, which icon is shown in the menu and which hotkey is used. Each menu entry can be disabled or hidden, can be assigned a unique id and can also join a menu group.
You normally do not need this command within a Kwave script!
|A text command (including parameters) or a command list that will be executed when the menu entry gets activated. If a menu entry does not have a corresponding command (for example if it is a sub menu and not menu entry), you should use the special command ignore().|
|The path within the menu, using a “/” as separator. The last part of the path can be a sub command which modifies some property of the menu entry (see below). The last portion of the path (that is not a sub command) produces a menu entry, the parts before produce the main menu entry or sub menus that lead to it. Main menu entries or sub menus are automatically created when a menu entry is created, you do not need them manually.|
A bitmask that consists of a combination of predefined
keys and modifiers,
concatenated with a “+”.
The key can be either a digit, an
upper case letter, a function
key (“F1” ... “F12”) or any other
key name understood by the Qt class
A unique id that can be internally used to identify this
menu entry or menu / sub menu. Only uppercase letters, digits
|#checkable:||Makes a menu entry checkable, so that it can be switched on or off.|
|#disabled:||Lets the menu entry or menu/sub menu be disabled.|
|#enabled:||Makes a menu entry or menu/sub menu that has been previously disabled enabled again.|
Makes a menu entry be part of an exclusive
Adds the menu entry or menu/sub menu to one or more
a groups, so that the application can
enable/disable a bunch of menu entries without need to know
all their unique ids. Multiple groups can be passed as a
list with a “
|#hidden:||Hides the menu entry or menu/sub menu.|
Assigns an icon to a menu entry. The
Inserts a placeholder for a list of menu entries into a
The unique |
|#separator:||Inserts a separator into a sub menu.|
Shows a message box with some
and the two buttons “”
(returns without error code) and
“” (returns and error
code). You can use this command to give the user a possibility
to abort a running script.