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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ivpKlnMJ-I help me out guys
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Tie your laces in a bow.

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and what does it mean? xD i mean give me code if you don't mind.
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Way is THAT problem? What are you trying to do?

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Way is THAT problem? What are you trying to do?
As you can see in the video,i'm trying to make a menu item that opens a window with instructions of how to use the program but when i close the form/windows of the instructions and try to re-press the menu item it sends me to that Xcode page
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We can't help if we don't know what the error message is and what code you're using to open the window.

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As you can see in the video...
I watched the video multiple times...and I had no exact idea what you were trying to do.

Including the video is a great idea...but you need to include a written description as well.

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We can't help if we don't know what the error message is and what code you're using to open the window.
I can give you more resolution,but giving you my code is impossible it's personal as one of my passwords,BTW it wasn't code it was matching. I matched "how to use ChatterBox" with that form/window-which has numbers and words-to show it(it = the same form/window that i've matched with "how to use ChatterBox". But when i closed it and pressed on that top bar to open that Windows/form-which has numbers and words-it drove me to Xcode instead of letting me to choose from the top bar.
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I watched the video multiple times...and I had no exact idea what you were trying to do.

Including the video is a great idea...but you need to include a written description as well.

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I explained multi-times xD was the video clean? I mean if you didn't get the texts i can re-capture it with a higher resolution.
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You seem have understood what is the message behind that video xD but i don't understand you,can you give me a code or something to write to fix this problem?
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We can't help if we don't know what the error message is and what code you're using to open the window.
Also it isn't error message.The program just send me to xcode
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Also it isn't error message.The program just send me to xcode
It *IS* an error message. It's called running Xcode in debug mode and having it go to the line of a code when a problem is detected. In this case, if you look at where you ended up in XCode (albiet assembly code), you see the BAD_ACCESS exception.

You need to look at the stack trace to figure out what functions were being executed and trace your way back step by step to find the culprit code/function/variable/argument/whatever..

Not sure where or what chatterbox is and how you got that code or if you wrote it yourself, but the problem is there..

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It *IS* an error message. It's called running Xcode in debug mode and having it go to the line of a code when a problem is detected. In this case, if you look at where you ended up in XCode (albiet assembly code), you see the BAD_ACCESS exception.

You need to look at the stack trace to figure out what functions were being executed and trace your way back step by step to find the culprit code/function/variable/argument/whatever..

Not sure where or what chatterbox is and how you got that code or if you wrote it yourself, but the problem is there..
What code!!!!!! I said it's only matching
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What set of instructions are you following to create this menu structure? Have you read through the Apple Developer information about creating the Main Menu and it's components?

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What set of instructions are you following to create this menu structure? Have you read through the Apple Developer information about creating the Main Menu and it's components?
No actuall. Look when i use my mac i'll capture you a video
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