PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND

Detailed Description

Macros

#define PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_HOTKEY
 
#define PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_OPTION_DIALOG
 
#define PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_STICKY
 
#define PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_ICONGADGET
 

Macro Definition Documentation

◆ PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_HOTKEY

#define PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_HOTKEY

Command is a hotkey command. Hotkey commands can only work globally.

◆ PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_OPTION_DIALOG

#define PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_OPTION_DIALOG

Command has additional options. The user can access them through a small gadget.

◆ PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_STICKY

#define PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_STICKY

Command is a "sticky" command. This means CommandData::Execute() is called when the user presses an assigned hotkey and when the hotkey is released. Otherwise the command would be called continuously.

◆ PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_ICONGADGET

#define PLUGINFLAG_COMMAND_ICONGADGET

Command can be dragged into an icon bar and delivers its own dialogs instead of icons.