Dropped Menu Bar
Joe Lewis Wilkins
pepetoo at Cox.Net
Fri Mar 30 10:25:20 CDT 2007
Thanks for all of your comments. I've decided it's just easier, and
probably better and safer, to rebuild the entire menu from scratch.
My biggest concern, really, is why it happened. I'm pretty darned
sure that I never deleted anything - groups or otherwise; I was just
doing some enabling and disabling of menus and menu items from the
stack script with an OpenCard handler. I was having some naming
problems and was not sure whether I eventually needed to test for the
Platform in referring to the "things" as menus or buttons. It was
after making a change in this type of statement that the
disappearance occurred. Again, thanks...
On Mar 30, 2007, at 8:16 AM, Jan Schenkel wrote:
> --- Joe Lewis Wilkins <pepetoo at Cox.Net> wrote:
>> Hi Me! Well that wasn't very productive. I'm not
>> even sure what the
>> value of having the Application browser may be,
>> since it appears all
>> we can do is "kind of" look at some stuff. Even if I
>> was able to find
>> what I thought might be what I was looking for, and
>> copied it using
>> the contextual menu; what would I be able to paste
>> it into.
>> What ever? Just talking to myself!
>> Joe Wilkins
> Well, since you can't open two stacks with the same
> name at the same time, you'd have to :
> - copy it from the backup stack
> - paste it into a temporary new mainstack (just in
> case you have to do something in-between that may
> modify the clipboard contents)
> - close the backup and remove it from memory (you can
> do this by right-clicking in the applicvation browser)
> - open the current version of the stack and paste it
> in there
> As for the temporary stack, you can either never save
> to the hard drive or keep it around as extra backup of
> your menu structure ;-)
> Jan Schenkel.
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