turly wrote:Have you turned off inlining FP items so you only get a 'FinderPop' menu item with the items hanging off it?
Or are you talking about the FinderPop Items folder itself?
Check exactly where is your FinderPop Items folder? (Go to System Prefs -> FinderPop -> Items tab -> Click on "Show FinderPop Items folder" button.)
Is it what you expect? Are the aliases that you added (and which were restored using Time Machine) still valid?
Turly, it is amazing, you are always much more responsive than professional support from big name companies!
The problem was that all the contextual menu showed (when rightclicking on the desktop or empty menu bar) was "Finder Pop Items" and it wasn't even navigable, id est, no items hanging off it either. Very strange. The rest of the context menu on the desktop was OK (New Folder, Get Info, etc.) and the aliases on the FinderPop items were all valid (they still are, nothing have changed), with the sole exception of an alias pointing to a disconnected AirPort Extreme disk. The FinderPop folder is on my Library/FinderPop Items.
All of a sudden, without a reboot in the middle, it started to work again.
I am blaming Lion for it is doing VERY strange things to me: icons from the menu bar disappear for no reason (Dropbox, Alfred, etc are not shown even after reinstalling latest versions, other icons such as iStat Menu icons appear perfectly well). It is driving me crazy. I also have problems trying to make Lion recognize a VGA TV as monitor, it prefers HDMI (the posh bastard) for the same TV (but randomly, it works!).
I don't know. I suppose it has nothing to do with FinderPop. False alarm, I guess.
Let's the party begin!
All the best, and kudos, Turly, again!