from direct.gui.DirectOptionMenu import DirectOptionMenu
Implements a pop-up menu containing multiple clickable options.
See the DirectOptionMenu page in the programming manual for a more in-depth explanation and an example of how to use this class.
- class DirectOptionMenu(parent=None, **kw)
DirectOptionMenu(parent) - Create a DirectButton which pops up a menu which can be used to select from a list of items. Execute button command (passing the selected item through) if defined To cancel the popup menu click anywhere on the screen outside of the popup menu. No command is executed in this case.
- __init__(self, parent=None, **kw)
- commandFunc(self, event)
Override popup menu button’s command func Command is executed in response to selecting menu items
Get currently selected item
- hidePopupMenu(self, event=None)
Put away popup and cancel frame
- index(self, index)
- selectHighlightedIndex(self, event=None)
Check to see if item is highlighted (by cursor being within that item). If so, selected it. If not, do nothing
- set(self, index, fCommand=1)
self[‘items’] = itemList Create new popup menu to reflect specified set of items
- showPopupMenu(self, event=None)
Make popup visible and try to position it just to right of mouse click with currently selected item aligned with button. Adjust popup position if default position puts it outside of visible screen region