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On Oct 4, 2008, at 17:28 , Hanno Schlichting wrote:

> Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
>> Is anyone actually using the portal_fiveactions tool and the supposed
>> bridging between Z3 menus and CMF actions it is promising? I'm
>> wondering if it's dead wood we're carrying around since it really has
>> not been touched much after the initial import:
>
> I think nobody is using it.
>
> I doubt it works with "new-style" CMF actions anyways.

Just for clarification: The "Five Actions Tool" does not replace the  
normal actions tool, it's a separate tool that acts as an action  
provider providing only those "bridged" menu actions. So it's  
legitimate if it doesn't care about old- or new-style actions.

jens



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