Editing Menu Groups

Dan Shafer dan at danshafer.com
Tue Jul 9 11:15:00 EDT 2002


>>Is that really how this works?
>
>Hi Dan,
>
>I only use the Menu Manager to create new menu groups, as I have 
>developed the habit of maintaining controls in a group (and just 
>about everything else) from the Application Overview.
>
>From the AO, one can select a group from Groups, click on the 
>expansion triangle (twice), and see a list of all controls in the 
>group.  One can then select a control and edit its script or 
>properties, and change its layer.
>
>This can also be done by selecting (in AO) any card containing an 
>instance of the group.
>
>The longer I use Revolution, the more I find the AO is the best 
>starting point for maintaining existing objects.

Well, it seems like you are right. this is very much like a Smalltalk 
browser, to which I became addicted...er...accustomed. I am going to 
spend some more time getting friendly with the AO and see if that 
alters my efficiency in managing RR apps.

Thanks for the input!

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