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  • simonbate

    Reply To: Tutorial: Subsetting the DITA User Interface in XMetaL Author

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    Last Activity 12 years, 9 months ago

    What are the pros and cons about deleting menu commands (per procedure 1), versus creating macros that turn off the visibility for (or even delete) controls? 

    I'm looking to hide things from users and realize that even if I delete some commands from the menus, many of the commands that I want to hide still exist as pop-ups (“Insert” on the right-click menu). 

    (Also, it would be helpful if “Pop-Ups” was a fourth tab on the Toolbar and Customization dialog.)

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    simonbate

    Reply To: Tutorial: Subsetting the DITA User Interface in XMetaL Author

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    Last Activity 12 years, 9 months ago

    Thanks, Su-Laine.  I figured the delete trick soon after I posted my query.

    Works for me.

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    simonbate

    Reply To: Tutorial: Subsetting the DITA User Interface in XMetaL Author

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    Once a menu item is deleted as per Procedure 1, is there any way to restore the menu item?

    Is there a way to restore the entire .tbr file (without re-installing XMEE)?

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    simonbate

    Reply To: WebHelp for XMEE 6.0 Fails

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    Last Activity 13 years ago

    Thanks, Derek, that did it.

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    simonbate

    Reply To: WebHelp for XMEE 6.0 Fails

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    Last Activity 13 years, 2 months ago

    Hi Derek, my version is Version#: 6.0.0.079. I see the exact same behavior.  And yes, I did have 5.5 installed previously on my machine.

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