|Subject:||Default menubar on Mac|
|Date:||Mon, 3 Apr 2006 08:50:37 -0400|
I'm writing a multi-window application with PyQt (Qt 3.3.4) on Mac OS X (10.4). I'm having problems with QMenuBar.
When I close the last window of my application I don't want the application to quit. Instead I'd like to have a default menubar (with File, Edit, etc. menus) like other native Mac apps. However, the default menu bar I get when I close the last window is empty (i.e. it only has the standard Apple and Application menus). The documentation on Qt/Mac Issues says it's possible to create a custom default menubar by creating a "parentless" QMenuBar, but I can't get that to work (i.e. I can create a parentless QMenuBar, but it doesn’t become the default menubar). Does anyone have an idea of how I can add items to the default QMenuBar created by Qt? Is there some other way to create a default menubar?
Another idea I had was to use QWorkspace, but I don’t want the “workspace” window (i.e. the parent window in which the child windows are opened). Is there a way to create a QWorkspace without the parent workspace window?
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