11-30-2009 07:58 AM
In my app I'm using ActiveRichTextField, and for e.g. there are som string pattern match that adds me to my menu another options that points to another installed app. How do I remove this and how this can be possible. Please help me.
11-30-2009 08:22 AM
Yes I saw that solution again, but how do I know what menu item to remove. I have no access to any info in it (MenuItem). Everything is private. Removing all menu items is not a solution. I want to remove specific ones that point to specific application.
11-30-2009 08:33 AM
Srry if I was wrong.
MenuItem aMenuItem = menu.getItem(pos);
Hot do I know if that menu item "aMenuItem" is from my application, is a prefab one or is from another third party app. I, for e.g. I wanna remove ones that are from another third party app.
11-30-2009 08:48 AM
Srry if I'm insistent, but believe me, I've done a lot a reseach and no solution for that. I think I'm going crazy. But, I don't know why RIM allows other app to put their options to my apps menu. If you can provide me with any sample code, solution or hint I'll be very grateful.
11-30-2009 09:11 AM
No "3rd party" apps can place a menu item on *your* menu.
These items are placed on a System context menu.
I believe that the one you are objecting to is an ActiveRichTextField handler. You can also defeat these by writing your own handler for the matched pattern (overriding the system handler).
You are into an area where I have no expertise, and I don't have the time to do this investigation work for you - sorry. However, I believe that you wil find other threads on this subject in the forum.