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FileMenuHandler is a component for handling Recent files list and Open, Save, Save As, Exit Commands. Has a recent list (MRU) if wanted with ini saving. Will call your file handlers only when needed so you don’t have to worry about changed files, loading Open/Save dialog boxes, history lists, terminating, querying user to save changes, changing the form caption, runtime parameters etc.
Extremely customizable for every environment. Appends the history list to your selected MenuItem. Minimize error checking, just load, save, and make new.
If you have ever implemented a user interface with the above commands, you must have experienced the fact that it looks simple but it is pretty complicated. For example: User creates new file, makes some changes, selects Exit forgetting to Save, (Here the program should call Save, which should call Save As) and then presses Cancel in the SaveDialog box so he will cancel his/her exit from your program… Believe me, for the program to correctly handle cases like this it takes about 100 lines of code if you don’t use a history list in the menu. Or what if you want to associate your program with an extension, and you have to load parameters?
With this component, you only have to write 3 input/output routines. One to create a new object (a new memo, picture, empty database, etc). One to save it to disk, and one to read it. Everything else is handled by FileMenuHandler. These events are called only when needed.







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Loads the file menu from a specified INI-FILE or the current windows menu bar, and returns a FileMenuHandle structure.
Populates the files menu from the list and the columns according to the values listed in the menu. You can use the MRU property to load the file list only if you want.
There are five main tabs to configure the menu, and you can also add as many sections and items as you want. If you don’t set up the sections you will see what happens if you move the item around.
Each section (menu) is represented as a FileMenuSection. The fields in the section control the order of the sections within the menu.
Sections are arranged first by naming the current section (item 1), followed by the next (item 2), etc. You can add new sections by clicking the Add button.
To add a section named “Add New”:
1 – Open the INI-FILE as Read Only.
2 – Find the section named “Add New”.
3 – Press the Add button.
4 – Choose an INI-FILE to load as the section.
5 – Finish your work.
6 – Save the INI-FILE.
On opening of the INI-FILE you will get the menu as read only.
Remeber that the sections within the menu are arranged as you see them now.
The sections within the menu are ordered by the order that you specify in the section.
With that knowledge, you can set up a new section. If you try to add an item before the section you will see that the item will always go there.
If you want the item to be within a section, you have to add the section, then the item before the section.
To add a section to the menu (this is an example of a section with an item added in the middle of it)
1 – Open the INI-FILE as Read Only.
2 – Load the FileMenuHandle as described in the Load API.
3 – Find the section with the “Add New” name.
4 – Click Add at the bottom left.
5 – Add the INI-FILE.
6 – Save the INI-FILE.
7 – Add a new section with a name.
8 – Press Save (or Save As if you want to save to a specified place).
9 – See the new section in the menu.
Items within the sections are

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* MenuItem – A menu item to be fired.
* Prompt – A prompt to be fired, when user wants to do a Save or Save As or the Exit item.
* TempDir – A temp directory, used when saving files.
* SavePath – A String containing the path to where the file is to be saved.
* NewTemplate – If true, new files will be made from new templates.
* NewTemplateDir – If true, a path to a folder to look for new templates.
* NewTemplateExt – If true, the extension of the new files created from new templates.
* NewTemplateName – Name of the new files created from new templates.
* History – All recent files. A history list can be used.
* HistoryTray – If true, the history list is displayed when needed.
* NewTemplateOpen – If true, it will open new files from templates.
* NewTemplateSave – If true, it will save new files from templates.
* NewTemplateSaveAs – If true, it will save new files as templates, e.g. if you selected Exit you can save the changes as a template.
* NewTemplateExit – If true, it will exit the current application
* TemplateDir – A folder to look for templates.
* TemplateExt – The extension of the templates.
* TemplateName – The name of the template.
* TemplateDialogMessage – A dialog message to be displayed.
* OnNewTemplate – A procedure that will be called when the NewTemplate menu item is fired.
* OnNewTemplateDir – A procedure that will be called when the NewTemplateDir menu item is fired.
* OnNewTemplateExt – A procedure that will be called when the NewTemplateExt menu item is fired.
* OnNewTemplateName – A procedure that will be called when the NewTemplateName menu item is fired.
* OnNewTemplateOpen – A procedure that will be called when the NewTemplateOpen menu item is fired.
* OnNewTemplateSave – A procedure that will be called when the NewTemplateSave menu item is fired.
* OnNewTemplateSaveAs – A procedure that will be called when the NewTemplateSaveAs menu item is fired.
* OnNewTemplateExit – A procedure that will be called when the NewTemplateExit menu item is fired.
* OnNewTemplateDialogMessage – A procedure that will be called when the NewTemplateDialogMessage menu item is

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The main object of the FileMenuHandler component is to save the Recent list MRU to disk, load the MRU from disk to any of the Components Memo windows (Tables, Containers, Views, Buttons, etc) and in the Save and Open dialog boxes. Currently, not all the events of the MRU list are handled. They are:
FileMenuHandler input calls (required):
1. OpenMenu: When new file is selected in the MRU.
2. ExitMenu: Used to save the MRU.
3. SaveMenu: Used to save the MRU.
4. Exit: Used when a user selects an exit button.
5. Home: Used when a user clicks the Home button in the MRU list.
FileMenuHandler output:
1. Open: Used when the file menu is displayed, with the selected file. Will open the file.
2. Save: Used when the user selects Save (to save the file or commit changes to the file).
3. Exit: Used when the user selects Exit.
4. Size: Used when the user selects the Size button.
5. MRU: Used when the user selects the MRU in the list.
History List Example:
This example uses the following input routines of FileMenuHandler:
1. OpenMenu:
Set the HasMRU property to True.
Create a file of 20 lines.
Add a push button, “Save”, and a Memo 801.
Call OpenMenu and select “open…”.
OpenMenu displays an OpenMenu with a text box and 4 buttons (Open, Save, Exit, Home).
Open a file.
Close the file and exit.
Save the file.
2. SaveMenu:
Create a file of 20 lines and 20 lines of a table.
Close the file and exit.
Call SaveMenu and select “save…”.
Save the file.
The file is saved.
The user can exit the application.
3. Exit:
Remove the button “Save”.
Hide the buttons.
Set the HasMRU property to True.
Create a file.
Add a push button, “Save”.
Call SaveMenu and select “save…”.
Exit the program.
Save the file.
4. Size:
Create a file of 20 lines and 20 lines of a table.
Close the file and exit.
Set the HasMRU property

What’s New in the FileMenuHandler?


What is it’s compatibility:

Extended Menu Project:

Pure Menu Project:

Combined Menu Project:

In addition, when you use the $FMHMain.mplist combined file, FileMenuHandler will add the MRU to your menu.
Although it’s open source project, I don’t have time to put all the code online, so you will have to go through the source and understand it’s logic and see it on your own.
How to use it:
The component has an INI file which you can modify at runtime. Add any menu item you want, define hot keys for them, change the MRU context and all the rest stuff.
To use it in a Form:

Create a new form (MyForm)
In the form’s menu bar set the first item to ” FileMenuHandler”.
Add your menu item to it.
If you have a menu bar toolbar, add the FileMenuHandler command.
If you have a static menu bar, add a new menu, set the first menu item to ” FileMenuHandler” and add your menu item.

In the OnCreate event write:
Private Sub Form_OnCreate(Sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Create
‘Create FileMenuHandler Object
Dim fileMenuHandler As Object
Set fileMenuHandler = New FileMenuHandler
‘Get the Main Menu Bar
Dim menuBar As Array
Set menuBar = CreateObject(“menubar”)
‘Add the FileMenuHandler object
End Sub

The FileMenuHandler.OnCreate event would have to add your menu and any additional commands.
In the fileMenuHandler.OnCreate event write:
Private Sub OnCreate()
Dim menuItem As MenuItem
‘Create Menu Item
Set menuItem = Me.MenuItems.AddMenuItem(Parsing.Category.FileMenu)

System Requirements:

Microsoft Windows® 7/8/8.1/10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
Intel(R) Core™ 2 Duo (or equivalent) 1.8GHz
4GB RAM (minimum)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD HD 7770 (or equivalent)
4K screen
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