Chapter 3. Creating a User Interface

User Interface Options for Scripts

The Bridge scripting environment provides a number of options for interacting with users. You can handle a user’s interaction with Bridge objects, such as thumbnails, through the event-handling mechanism (see “Event Handling in Bridge” on page 17), and you can extend the Bridge menus, adding your own submenus and commands (see “MenuElement Object” on page 180).

However, if you want to display your own window or pane to the user, you can do so in several ways: by creating pop-up or persistent dialogs; by configuring and displaying predefined navigation bars; or by defining user-interface controls to be displayed in the Content pane, in response to selection of specially defined ...

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