But you have given me a new idea that might work for both of us. How about when you press Func/Set on a script in the User Menu, you get that script loaded and you get moved to the Script menu? Seems like that might be just about perfect?
So do we agree that being able to run a script directly from the User Menu (via a full presss) is a good thing?
To be honest, I've never used the user menu for scripts.
Now, some others' opinions would be useful.
But you can not close the window with FUNC/SET for 'ok'.
Full press shutter: Starts the script directly (works already fine).FUNC/SET: Popup-window with 'ok/cancel' for loading of the selected script. By pressing 'ok' the script menu is displayed. (If possible the back function of the script menu bring you back to the user menu.)
I wonder why it does not work for you?
Really strange. I have tested with the A720 and the SX220 and got the same result. The pop-up windows goes into the background after the redrawing of the menu.
Quote from: msl on 03 / February / 2015, 09:08:55Really strange. I have tested with the A720 and the SX220 and got the same result. The pop-up windows goes into the background after the redrawing of the menu.So the Func/Set key actually does activate the Okay button and return you to the User Menu. However, the text box does not close. I then see one difference - you have almost nothing in your User Menu whereas I'm testing with an almost full menu so if the box is still there, it's hidden by the full menu. I'll retest your way - it's possible I missed a step needed to make the box actually go away? I need to rework that code anyway to support the other things we talked about.
gui_mbox_init(LANG_MENU_SCRIPT_LOAD, (int)fn, MBOX_BTN_OK|MBOX_TEXT_CENTER|MBOX_FUNC_RESTORE, NULL);
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