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Enabled to check the Full Menu using the command line

ptc-953721
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Enabled to check the Full Menu using the command line

Hello everyone,

How come when I use this command :

mch .Options.Full_Menus -check

The Full Menus is still not check. The command dosen't return any error.....

Can you help me with that...

Thanks

Patrick Lemieux
InterDoc


2 REPLIES 2

You could just use set fullmenus=on in an ACL or pubrc file.


Ed,

I agree, that is the easy way. But Patrick has a valid question in that
the help file says the following should work (and it doesn't, I just
tried).

mch ".Options.Full Menus" -check

Even taking a couple of syntax issues with the way Patrick entered his
menu_change, the example in the help file doesn't work. Patrick note the
changes in what I did versus what you have. I even tried this with the '&'
that precedes the 'M' in Menu (the hot key indicator) and it still doesn't
work.

I thought about the toggle function in the menu file itself, but then asked
where Patrick had gotten this syntax from and there it is right in the
online help.

Normally I'd play with this, find out what does work and pass it on. Today
I don't have the time and thanks to my ISP, my home account no longer
works. ;(

Lynn


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03/18/2003 10:59
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You could just use set fullmenus=on in an ACL or pubrc file.
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