• Allison Karlitskaya's avatar
    quartz: add a default application menu · fdc66af5
    Allison Karlitskaya authored
    When running on quartz, it is no longer expected for applications to
    provide their own application menu.  Instead, they should simply ensure
    that they provide "app.about", "app.preferences" and "app.quit" actions
    (which many apps are already doing).
    A default menu will be shown that looks like the one presented by all
    other Mac OS applications, containing menu items for the above actions,
    as well as the typical "Hide app", "Hide Others and "Show All" items and
    the "Services" submenu.
    If an application does explicitly set an application menu (via
    gtk_application_set_app_menu()) then it will be respected, as before.
gtkapplication-quartz.c 10.7 KB