This is what REALLY SUCKS about RunRev! - was Menubar Help
gcanyon at inspiredlogic.com
Thu Nov 24 11:10:52 CST 2005
The warning is generated by the development environment, the actual
moving is done by the engine. So it is entirely possible for:
1. it to warn you that it won't be moved, but it does get moved
2. it not to warn you that it won't be moved, but it doesn't get moved
3. it to warn you that it won't be moved, and it isn't moved
4. it not to warn you that it won't be moved, and it does get moved.
Have you tried copying the contents of the edit menu that does work
and pasting them into the menu that does not?
(Just confirming) the About item _does_ move, and the Preferences
Have you tried replacing the entire menu bar group of buttons with
the ones that do work?
On Nov 24, 2005, at 8:58 AM, David Burgun wrote:
> I've tried all that! Still doesn't work.
> If I create a new menu from the menu builder in a new stack all is
> fine, but I can't make the one I have now work correctly. I have
> checked the spelling, but anyway it must be correct since I get the
> warning dialog if I change it to something other than "Preferences"
> or "Preferences...".
> As far as I can tell there are no spurious characters after the
> last line of the items list, also the warning dialog tends to
> support this.
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