[quote]On macOS, if a window does not have a MenuBar specified, then the window uses the MenuBar specified on Application.MenuBar.
On Windows and Linux, if a window does not have a MenuBar specified, then the window will display without a MenuBar even if one is specified in Application.MenuBar.[/quote]
I have no doubt that it will work correctly with a simple project. My project is large and complicated with a lot going on when the window loads, so I’m sure it is something in my code that is making it screw up.
I was just wondering if there was a line of code to force the menubar to be visible. I did create a work around by setting up a Timer to fire once at a 1 Millisecond interval displaying a new window and immediately closing it again. That works in forcing the correct menubar to display. Its not pretty, but it works.
Dave, I will post the cause as soon as I figure out what is causing the menubar not to display. I have quite a few Methods that run when the window is opened and a bunch of timers that fire at different times, so its kind of hard to see what is screwing things up.