I hope this helps you . In your class there is another class with same Menu name and import for that class is already import at top of class. So you getting android.view.Menu at your onCreateOptionsMenu method.
it should still fix some issue Nice to see other people adventuring into aspectJ and Android :-) When using aspectJ with android you are limited to compile-time weaving, which basically means that you can only intercept code you own.
hope this fix your issue The fragment transaction commit command only puts the transaction in Que - the transaction will be processed some time in the future. This is why you couldnt use it straight from on create. I suggest you to use fragments to encapsulate their Ui behavior - I wouldn't change a fragment's Ui elements explicitly from the activity.
Getting an error: onCreate(Bundle) in class clashes with onCreate(Bundle) in android.support.v4.app.Fragment
will be helpful for those in need I have made a class Navigation which extends Fragment. When I'm using onCreate() method it is giving me error saying onCreate() method of the class clashes with the onCreate() method of android.support.v4.app.Fragment. , Change:
Any of those help An optionmenu is literally just a menubutton and a menu, with a little bit of syntactic sugar. Here's a simple example showing how you can have submenus on something that looks just like an optionmenu:
import tkinter as tk
root = tk.Tk()
var = tk.StringVar(value="one")
menubutton = tk.Menubutton(root, textvariable=var, indicatoron=True,
borderwidth=1, relief="raised", width=20)
main_menu = tk.Menu(menubutton, tearoff=False)
for item in (("Numbers", "one", "two", "three"),
("Colors", "red", "green", "blue")
menu = tk.Menu(main_menu, tearoff=False)
for value in item[1:]:
menu.add_radiobutton(value=value, label=value, variable=var)
menubutton.pack(side="top", padx=20, pady=20)
Change OptionMenu based on what is selected in another OptionMenu