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Can't edit menu

Thread began 12/12/2009 10:16 am by terrym1017602 | Last modified 12/16/2009 12:40 pm by rene244942 | 886 views | 3 replies |

terrym1017602

Can't edit menu

I have lost the ability to edit my menus. OS X 10.6 cs4

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anonymous

Hi Terry,

I experienced a similar issue and found it to only occur on menus that I had created before I upgraded to Snow Leopard. In other words, I have had no issues editing menus that were created after the upgrade. If that is the case where you created some menus before your OS upgrade, the best thing to do would be to save your current menus as presents (both content and design) and then create new instances of the menus created beforehand.

Regards,

Brian

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thomas.tucker396334

Same problem

I created a menu and no I cannot modify it. I am following the directions that are published. When I click on the menu a property box is supposed to give me the option to edit right.? The property box just displays "CCS-P Element"

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rene244942

Wizard Reentry

I had the same problem. do the following and you will be able to see the edit button:

If you working with HTML pages, Dreamweaver must have Scripts set to display under Invisible Elements.

* Edit > Preferences.
* Select Invisible Elements from the Category column.
* Make sure Scripts is checked.
* Click OK.

THEN You will select this script iconscript icon beside your menu to display the CSS Menu Writer Properties inspector.

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