My comment was in reply to George's request about desktop menus.

Mobile systems have no menu bar of course, so any conventions that apply to menu bars don't apply to mobile platforms.

I did a couple searchs to try to find an answer for your mobile question, and posted the results here:

 Richard Gaskin
 Fourth World Systems

Graham Samuel wrote:
> Sorry, how does this apply to a mobile app which hasn’t got a menu in
> an explicit sense - of course I can provide a ‘menu’ item, i.e. some
> kind of choice the user can make (I do in fact have a ’settings’ card
> in the app I’m producing, so that could be somewhere to put it), but
> it’s not obligatory, is it?
> Graham
>> On 22 May 2020, at 14:11, Andre Garzia via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
>> This should be in the user guide...
>> On Tue, 12 May 2020 at 00:42, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode <
>> use-livecode at> wrote:
>>> GEORGE WOOD wrote:
>>>> How can I activate the "About MyApp" under the Apple menu?
>>> On other OSes the "About" item is usually the last item in the Help
>>> menu.  If you put your About item there, you'll find that when LC
>>> automatically translates its menu objects for the Mac menu bar it'll
>>> move your About item to the application menu.
>>> In fact, a similar thing happens with "Preferences". On most
>>> platforms it's the last item in the Edit menu, and when you put a
>>> "Preferences" item there the automatic menu bar change that LC does
>>> will put it in the application menu as well, below About.

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