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Add menu option to map context sensitive menu. GeoScada

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Add menu option to map context sensitive menu. GeoScada



Is there a way to add a menu option to the map context sensitive menu in the same way that can be added to the alarm banner context-sensitive menu? 


The scripting guide explains the process to add a menu using the function "AlarmBanner.AddMenuItem".


What is the function to add the custom menu?


Thanks for your help




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Re: Add menu option to map context sensitive menu. GeoScada

I don't believe there is an easy way to add a Menu Option on the map.  Although I haven't tried this exactly.


The Alarm Banner is the most flexible with the scripting capability.  It is also possible to add Context Menu options in general locations, but these are more restricted to just additional data queries



It seems my screenshot copy-paste isn't working in this forum today.  But I've attached a screenshot showing where such an additional data query could be added.. and the kind of thing that it would be for.


I'd recommend having a look through the current 'Feature Request' list to see if the item you want is already there.. and if so add your vote and potentially add your comment to ensure that your particular use case is documented alongside the existing request.




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