The script menu on my project shows scripts that are not checked in the Script Workplace. I tried deleting the scripts, and they still show up in the script menu. I'm running Advanced 126.96.36.199.
I think we are going to need more and probably screenshots to show us what is going on. I can delete scripts and they disappear from the Scripts Drop down menu. I can also delete scripts in the Scripts workspace without issue.
Is your database hosted?
- If so, try and take it down and make the changes locally
If it is local, have you tried to run a recover on the database and seeing if they recovered copy does the same thing?
See if you can get it recreate the issue on a different machine.
I had already recovered the file. The log shows no errors. The project runs only on my local machine, and I do not have another one to test it. Here are two screen shots, one of the script menu and one of the left column of the script workspace.
Those all look correct to me. What scripts did you delete that still appear in the list? The ones at the top (Club, Diamond, etc.)?
I tried it in FM 16 Advanced - same problem. I'll get back to you after trying it on another machine.
Okay, I see Import Deal now - not checked in the list, but showing up in the menu.
Is it possible there's another script with the same name somewhere else on the list? Is that the entire script list?
That is the entire script list. I deleted the four scripts as a troubleshooting measure. I have earlier versions of the file in Time Machine.
I restored a version from last night, which displays properly. It shows the four scripts in both places when the check box is checked, and it does not show them in the script menu when I uncheck them. So, guess I'll go back to it and implement the changes then one at a time and see if the problem recurs.
That might be your problem. I would recommend against letting Time Machine back up your databases.
Filemaker doesn’t like other programs messing with its files while they’re open. In the past, Time Machine has been known to corrupt databases.
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