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Re: Horizontal menus.

From: Jeff Teunissen
Subject: Re: Horizontal menus.
Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 11:31:49 -0500

Pete French wrote:
> > isn't. Applications often don't have windows at all, and when they do,
> > how would you know to which window(s) the menu should be attached?
> OpenStep will not start an App without any windows, and it puts the
> menu bar along the top of every Window. The former behaviout used to
> make porting code over from OS4.2 to NT a bit of a pain, but the
> latter actually works really well, oddly enough.

OPENSTEP 4.2 _will_ start apps with no (visible) windows. OpenUp is an
example, and the app is perfectly functional without any windows.

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