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Old 08-15-2011, 01:42 PM   #1
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editing a rollout RCMenu

Hi guys,

I was wondering how I could edit an existing RCMenu.
I would like to add some menuItem in it without having to re create my rollout.

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Old 08-15-2011, 03:59 PM   #2
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there is no way to add new menu item to a mxs RCMenu. But it might be a workaround. Can you give me a scenario: what you want to add (menuitem(s), submenu), how many (is the number fixed?)...
 
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hi,

let say you will have a menu like this:

Code:
rcmenu ffxMenu ( subMenu "Options" ( menuItem moOptions "Options" menuItem moRenders "Render Options" menuItem moPresets "Load Presets" separator sep01 subMenu "Cache" ( menuItem mcDefault "Default" menuItem mcWavelet "Wavelet" menuItem mcPost "Post" ) ) )

and I would like to add menuItem within the subMenu "Cache" and the a new event for each of them
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