Hi,

I have done some experiments with SoapBox Pinball sample. I think it is high time (IMHO) for another sample application with new features as well as requested examples.

I know how to add a menu for an AbstractDocument. Suppose I want to keep all the menu items in another page derived from AbstractDocument, What are the steps I have to do?

Ex: I want to place only "File->New" and "File->Open" options (Which are available in Menu) in my startup screen for a quick start for my application.

Please help me.

Thanks in advance.

asked 17 Jan '11, 04:59

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SoapBox Core is just the base framework that I wrote while developing SoapBox Snap. SoapBox Snap is open sourced under the GPL and you can peruse all the code, just like for SoapBox Core. You'll find that it has a lot more functionality than the Pinball Demo, including a startup page that imports a collection of GettingStartedCommands, including one command that opens a New project and one command that opens an example project. I think that should get you started.

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answered 17 Jan '11, 06:48

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Many Thanks. This is what I was looking for.... I appreciate your support.

(17 Jan '11, 07:56) jinij
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