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How can I handle menu choices from the Mac's application menu?  RSS feed

 
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Hi,

I'm developing a cross-platform, Java Swing application, using my Mac, using macOS El Capitan (10.11.6) and Java 8.

I want to write handlers such as a quithandler, preferenceshandler, and an abouthandler.

I want the app to be as Mac-like as possible, yet also work on Windows and Linux, all using the same .jar file.

I understand that back in Java 6, and earlier, that Apple's version of Java 6 allowed this sort on thing?

How can I do this without downgrading to Java 6?

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