& suggest that they issue a patch to fix this and then we can all benefit
As Ann indicates, this is a user to user forum. If you've got a feature request or you've identified an issue, you should contact Adobe Customer Care.
As far as I know -- and as much as I've experienced -- only the News Reel menu template has problems.
Thanks Steve (and to Ann and Hotelechomike for their comments). I had a 2 hour web chat with Adobe Customer Services on Feb 16th. No real solutions offered, but they did say they would get their engineers to check out the menus and would get back to me later that day. Several days later and I've heard nothing...
Have used Magix video editing software (on PC) for approx. 14 years before switching to Adobe as I now mainly use a Mac and there's a much reduced choice of Mac video editing software (would have happily use Magix again if available on Mac). Would have gone for Final Cut, but Apple seem to think that people don't/shouldn't use optical media any more and the latest Final Cut releases don't support burning to DVD. Maybe Adobe know that Mac users are restricted in their options and so don't care too much about ensuring their software is fully working. A simple and quick bit of user testing would have shown up the flaws with the movie menus so am not impressed with Adobe at all.
Thanks again for your input though - much appreciated.
Actually Adobe goes through extensive testing with all of its products. A number of the people on this forum in fact were among those who tested it for months before its release on both Mac and PC platforms.
Unfortunately, operating systems are very complicated things that are constantly changing, and what works great on most computers can sometimes go unexplainable fubar on another.
There is some button overlapping issue in couple of menus.
Are you facing the same issue with all the menus?
Please try this with some other menus and let us know.