Quote: "And why would you want to put a menuitem to hide a group in that same group??? "
Because Im making a group to represent a screen, like
main menu - one group.
Versus Screen - another group.
Story - another group.
When I press in the Main menu the versus menu, the main menu group is hidden and the versus menu group is shown. But the button that hides the Main Menu, is in the Main Menu. The vs button.
Quote: "Simply put, don't try to hide a group using a menuitem attached to that group. The hidemenu() is used to make a group unuasable and invisible to the user until it is needed and then you simply show it and it becomes usable again..... I hope that explains it."
I can do something to fix that at night. I will post the code. Because in my case I need to do something like that