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The menu settings allow to define the attributes of the application display, according to the following:

Menu configuration Interface. Menu configuration Interface.

  • Attributes
    • Horizontal Alignment of the Menu: Defines the horizontal alignment of the menu (Left, Center, Right).
    • Vertical Alignment of the items: Defines the vertical alignment of the menu items (Top, Center, Bottom).
    • Horizontal Alignment of the Items: Defines the horizontal alignment of the menu items (Left, Center, Right).
    • Toolbar Horizontal Alignment: Defines the horizontal alignment of the toolbar items (Left, Center, Right).
    • Friendly URL: Allows defining a name for the URL that’s going to be called by the application. The characters allowed in the URL are(a-z, A-Z, 0-9). You still can inform the Friendly URL on the project home, where there is a list of applications with the “Friendly URL” column.
    • Menu Width: Define the width of the menu in pixels or percentages.
    • Menu Height: Define the height of the menu in pixels or percentages.
    • Iframe Width: Define the width of the Iframe (Where the applications will open in) in pixels or percentages.
    • Iframe Height: Define the height of the Iframe (Where the applications will open in) in pixels or percentages.
    • Hide menu items: When enabled and used with the security module, it’ll hide the items that the user doesn’t have permission to access, instead of only disabling them.
    • Hide the menu’s toolbar: When enabled and used with the security module, it’ll hide the toolbar that the user doesn’t have permission to access, instead of only disabling them.
    • Use theme background: If enabled, it’ll use the background theme of the menu. Else it’ll use the background defined in the project.
    • Scroll bar: Enables the scroll bar in the Iframe.
    • Select Language: Allows to select the language in the menu bar.
    • Select Theme: Allows to select the theme in the menu bar.
    • Alignment of Theme and Language: Defines the horizontal alignment of the language and theme comboboxes.
    • Always show the items: Displays the application items, even though they don’t exist, or haven’t been generated yet.
    • Hide menu: Enables the option to hide the menu.

The menu navigation settings allow to define the attributes of the tabs and the navigation path, according to the following:

Menu Navigation configurations Interface. Menu Navigation configurations Interface.

  • Attributes
    • Open items in a tab: When enabled, the items always open as tabs in a horizontal bar beneath the menu. Navigating through Applications with tabs. Navigating through Applications with tabs.

    • Context menu of the Tabs: Allows you to manage the open tabs. Application with a tab context. Application with a context menu.

    • Minimum tab-width: Allows to inform the min-width of all the tabs.
    • Maximum tab-width: Allows to inform the max-width of all the tabs.
    • Show navigation breadcrumb: Displays the path containing the application in the tab. Navigation path Display in the Application. Navigation path Display in the Application.
    • Use default icons in the item: When enabled, this option displays the standard icons for each item.
    • Use default icons in the tab: When enabled, this option displays the standard icons for each tab.
    • Default Application: Select a default application initiate when the menu opens.
    • Show the initial app as a tab: Allows to open the default application in a tab.

Mobile

Mobile menu configuration Interface. Mobile menu configuration Interface.

  • Hide menu: Enables the option to hide the menu when viewing from a mobile device.
  • Menu’s initial mode: Inform the starter mode of the menu. Otherwise, it’ll always be visible.
  • Hide menu by clicking on an item: When enabled, it hides the menu when clicking on an item.
  • Float Menu: Hides the icon to open the menu or always displays it.