Suggestions for CoffeeCup Menu Builder - Page 6


Registered User
6 posts

Would be nice to have _target available, instead of modifying the code each time I add or change a button.
Also, auto does not seem to work on long lines in the sub menus. I have to force with 140% etc.


Registered User
84 posts

A forth column in Design>Menu>Menu Buttons>All Buttons: "Selected".

This would show what the buttons look like when you're on the selected page.

The link to itself will immobilized, too.


Registered User
84 posts

Being able to paste links into the elements column would save time.


VP of Software Development
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benjaminpalma wrote:
Being able to paste links into the elements column would save time.

You can do that now. Use Control-C or Control-V for copy/paste.
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231 posts

Hey all. Hope everyone has had a good Christmas and New Year.

I was just wondering if anyone knows whether the Menu Builder will have the awesome feature with Google Fonts and IcoMoon that the Button Builder has?
Simon,
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My guess is that it would be a hackable operation to use those featurs in Menu builder. Haven't tried, though. But of course it would be much easier if they were a part of the MB programme anyway. Good suggestion!
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How about when you click on export, it automatically focuses on the folder where the menu is saved. Is this possible?
Simon,
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VP of Software Development
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Simon Roadhouse wrote:
How about when you click on export, it automatically focuses on the folder where the menu is saved. Is this possible?

There is a button you can click on the export dialog that takes you into that folder.
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231 posts

This is all I get with my export dialog. Do I need to change a setting?
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Simon,
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VP of Software Development
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Simon Roadhouse wrote:
This is all I get with my export dialog. Do I need to change a setting?

I think you mean that you want it to remember the last exported location?
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