This window should be used to manage DM2003 main menu and toolbars. It allows
you to add or remove toolbars on the Main Form,
configure main menu and toolbars in any window and change their properties. When
this window is visible, main menu and all toolbars are in design mode and may be
edited by standard drag-and-drop operations. After you close it, menu items and
toolbar buttons become operable again. Controls grouped into three tabs:
Reset button - allows you to reset configuration of menu and standard
toolbars. However, there's no default state for user-created toolbars, so that
this button may be disabled.
Add and Delete buttons - allow you to add or delete toolbars in the
Main Form. You will be prompted for the toolbar name.
Toolbar options - allow you to change how toolbar buttons will be rendered.
Select Action list - DM2003 includes two lists of actions: default (Action
Manager) and User Actions. You may add or delete action objects only in the User
Categories list - display available action categories. When you drag the
whole category onto the main menu, a new submenu will be created.
Actions list - display available actions (more exactly, values of Caption
attribute) in the selected category. Drag and drop individual items from this
list to create a single button or menu item.
Add and Delete buttons - allow you to add or delete user actions. When you
click "Add new..." button, New Action
dialog box will be displayed.
Personalization menu attributes - enables menu usage statistics. If this
flag checked, only frequently used menu items will be displayed. To show all
items, click chevron or just wait for a several seconds.
Other attributes - allows you to change visual styles of the menu and
Settings made in this window are remembered in the config.bin file which can
be found in the installation folder (or [%AppData%\RRR\DM2003 folder]). If menus
or toolbars seem to be seriously damaged, exit DM2003 and delete this file.
In addition to the manual configuration, you may use Command Import feature to add new user interface items
automatically by special applications or in the custom setups. See also DM2003 User Interface Architecture article for more
details about actions and user interface elements.