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My menu don´t work !!

My menu don´t work !!

My menu don´t work !!

I create an application using de Project Wizard, and select "Top Level" aplication type. Then I create a menu, and generate it (i´ve got a .mnx and a .mpr). i write this code (do mymenu.mpr with this, .T.) in init. event of app_topform in classes, but when i build the application and run it, always get the ???_top menu crated by Project wizard.

Thanks for all!

RE: My menu don´t work !!

Are you building an exe?  If so have you established an event loop with:

Do Events

You will also need a Clear Events statement.

I'm not sure about your other coding methods -- I've never issued a Do .mpr including a with This .t.

Maybe someone else will comment on that portion of your question.


RE: My menu don´t work !!

I never use the wizard but make sure the checkbox to Top Level Menu is checked

John Durbin

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