On Sun, 17 Jun 2007 20:33:09 -0500, Guy
>> On Sun, 17 Jun 2007 22:07:00 +0200, "Rijk van Geijtenbeek"
>> <rijk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Op Sun, 17 Jun 2007 08:08:38 +0200 schreef
>>>> My modofied browser: http://www.markbuckles.com/misc/opera.jpg
>>>> Is there a way to get rid of the Widgets menua item?
>>> By editing the menu.ini file. Tools > Preferences > Advanced >
>>> Toolbars, 'duplicate' the active menu, maybe give it a nice
>>> name. Then you'll find a fresh new file in \profile\menu\ to play
>>> with in a text editor. Most important thing to know is that you
>>> only have to keep the modified sections in your custom menu.ini,
>>> missing sections will be taken from the default menu setup.
>> I went to ...>Toolbars, duplicated the active menu (named it
>> testmenu) but there is no testmenu in \profile\menu\
>> I had Windows search the enitre hard drive for testmenu but it
>> could not be found.
>> The only file in \profile\menu is standard_menu (1).ini
>> I do see testmenu from within Opera Preferences, though...
>Right, the file name is that of the active menu you duplicated.
>You can remane that to testmenu.ini if you like.
>Open the file in a text editor and you'll see NAME=testmenu
>If you only want to get rid of the Widgets this is all you need:
>Opera Preferences version 2.1
>; Do not edit this file while Opera is running
>; This file is stored in UTF-8 encoding
>Description=this is a test menu
>[Browser Menu Bar]
>Submenu, 148470, Browser File Menu
>Submenu, 148480, Browser Edit Menu
>Submenu, 67390, Browser View Menu
>Submenu, 67398, Browser Bookmarks Menu
>;Submenu, -235137047, Browser Widgets Menu
>Submenu, 69681, Browser Tools Menu
>Submenu, 67395, Browser Help Menu
Thanks for your reply Guy. I was looking in the wrong folder
(opera\profile\menu); the file was actually in opera\defaults\
The Widgets menu item is now gone