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Cuix custom builds

Cuix custom builds

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We're trying to get our custom menus updated, (I know, I should have done this years ago... but it's becoming enough of an issue with upgrades now that I have no choice) and we're trying to streamline the process.

Some of our pulldowns are.... legacy.... still loaded originally from a .mns file, which has custom bmp icons for some of the toolbars, and slide libraries for some of the others.

I see that the icons get built into the cuix file when the mns gets converted, but it appears there isn't any way to get rid of the slide library files, to make it all one self-contained file for use during install?

Working the cui still isn't something I'm very comfortable with, but I can still make legacy menus work no problem, so if there's a workaround there, I can probably get that running easier, but will take anything I can get.

Thanks

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