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    Posted: 09 February 2017 at 12:05am
I have created several Context Menus.
I only want 1 of these menus to be available for customization by the user.
I cannot find a way of only showing the 1 menu that I want to be customized.
I have tried using Contextmenu.CustomizeDialogPresent = False, but this returns a RTE 438.

It appears that the CustomizeDialogPresent property only works on CommandBars and not Contextmenus?


Please help me know of a way of not showing ContextMenus in the Customization Dialog.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tjsivies Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 October 2017 at 12:37am
Just a note for anyone else that had this issue, Codejock fixed this BUG in v18.0.1
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote olebed Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 November 2017 at 6:30pm
Hello,

I have checked this with  Samples\CommandBars\VB\ActionsSample\frmMain.frm
Private Sub Form_Load()
.....
    Dim ContextMenu As CommandBar
    Set ContextMenu = CommandBars.ContextMenus.Add(400, "Context Menu")
.....
    ContextMenu.CustomizeDialogPresent = False
.....
and this works as expected. Investigate this sample and compare to your code.

Maybe you have tried next wrong code ?
Private Sub CommandBars_Customization(ByVal Options As XtremeCommandBars.ICustomizeOptions)
    Options.ShowMenusPage = True
    Options.ContextMenu.CustomizeDialogPresent = False
End Sub

Originally posted by tjsivies tjsivies wrote:

Just a note for anyone else that had this issue, Codejock fixed this BUG in v18.0.1
What exactly bug did you mean ?

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This was an issue in v17 and was rectified in the v18.0.1 release.

Vlad confirmed this and advised that the update resolved the issue.

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So, have you tried to change ActionsSample as I wrote ?
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Yes. As stated this was resoled in v18.0.1.
Everything works fine now.
No more testing required.
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oops, I forgot to look at date of your first post :-)    I thought it was right before second post.
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