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Tk, OSX, PYTHON application menu override

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OSX 10.5.8
Python 2.5.1
Tkinter is the version that comes with OSX.

When I attach menus, it works fine, but there's that Python menu to the left where the application menu should be. In order to create the look and feel of a standard application, that's got to go... but I can't find any documentation on how to do it in Python.

There are allusions to a "special" apple menu keyword, but I've so far been unable to make that work; I could only find code examples in perl, and they don't generalize well into Python for me, my perl is fairly basic at this point, haven't used it since I discovered Python. :)

Anyone care to show a code snippet that allows me to rename the cascade title, or replace the menu wholesale?

Thanks.
Dec 28 '10 #1
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