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#85510 (In Topic #17571)

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I'm assuming here that my screen reader is to blame, but when I edit a menu the page refreshes after I click on "Move Up" or "Move Down" on any of the menu items.  It saves the changes and returns me back to the page I was on, and I have to start over by clicking on "Edit Menu" again to make any other changes.  Is there a occle command I can execute to stop this behavior so that I can arrange the menu in the order I want and then click save?
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I think this will fix it:

» Download: MENU_EDITOR_BRANCH_WRAP.tpl (3 Kb, 197 downloads so far)

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Wow, again.  That did it.  Thank you Chris.
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