The operator <menufilter> is the same as "title<menufilter>" which is a 
constructor (it generates an item in your list).

Possibly try "[prefix[menufilter>suffix<menufilter>]"

Good luck,
-- Mark

On Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 10:37:04 PM UTC-8, TonyM wrote:
>
> Hi Folks,
>
> Stymied again with a detail 
>
> If working the following logic is great, as it selects a value for 
> menufilter from one of three sources in priority order.
>
> I have a variable set using the set widget
>
> <$set name=menufilter value={{$menuname$!!menu-filter-$(menu-context)$}} 
> emptyValue={{$menuname$!!menu-filter}}> 
> <$set name=menufilter value={{$menuname$!!menu-filter}} 
> emptyValue="{{$:/PSaT/MyMenus/menufilterdefault}}">
> <<menufilter>> 
>
> <$list filter="<menufilter>" variable=null>
>
> Always displays
>
>
> </$list>
>
>
> The Problem is, I always see "Always displays" 
>
> even when menu filter is say [is[current]tag[hello]] and the current tiddler 
> is not tagged hello
>
>
> The menu filter always returns the filter I want to use but the list seems to 
> ignore it, but always testing true.
>
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Tony
>
>

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