9 points - posted 3767 days ago by freddukes - status: Active - 3 comments watch embed this
A simple addline in easymenu that doesn't start with an index number so we can add comments etc... an example:

mypopup = popuplib.easymenu('mypopup','_popup_choice', mymethod)
mypopup.settitle('Eat Food')
mypopup.addoption('apples','Eat Apples')
mypopup.addline('Eating apples makes you strong and healthy')
mypopup.addoption('chocolate','Eat Chocolate')
mypopup.addline('Chocolate is bad for you!')

Eat Food
1. Eat Apples
Eating apples makes you strong and health
2. Eat Chocolate
Chocolate is bad for you
0. Cancel


freddukes posted on 2008-03-23 21:11:51
That didn't look so good... Hmmm... What I was trying to show was that addline will just add a normal line in anywhere. If you code it after an addoption, it'll appear after, before the option, it'll appear before the option in the popup.


Mattie posted on 2008-03-24 16:24:25
I cleaned it up a bit. it used the Markdown syntax so you just triggered some of that in your text.

freddukes posted on 2008-03-25 00:11:10
Thanks mattie, it looks great