On Thu, 9 Nov 2006, Bram Moolenaar wrote: > buffer-local menus are complicated. What about menus that are not > for the current buffer, hide them? Would make jumping between > buffers very slow.
When I've defined menus that are only applicable to a buffer or a filetype I've just defined autocommands that does an :amenu disable on BufLeave and :amenu enable on BufEnter. I've found this is usually the best compromise and in fact has some advantages; it can be confusing and otherwise problematic to have menu items, or entire menus--especially toplevel menus--disappear and reappear. - Christian -- If you place a small value on yourself, rest assured, the world will not raise your price. Christian J. Robinson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> http://infynity.spodzone.com/ PGP keys: 0x893B0EAF / 0xFB698360 http://infynity.spodzone.com/pgp