You CAN backup Q menus.
You simply copy the data from the .prefs file located in the appdata, to wherever.
You can access the file’s location via the preferences.
You copy that file wherever/however.
Then, when it comes to restoring, you just copy all the other preference data to a temp variable, then create/overwrite the .prefs file with the backup prefs file, then reload the data from the temp variable.
BAM, you got only the Q menus exported/imported
I don’t care about any of this, I want to edit the menus in Python, so I can add things to the menus, including entries with a poll.
Right now, I have to create a menu and place it in the UI, then add that menu to the QFav, and do the polling inside that menu.
So, I have to have a menu entry that always show, and can only hide it as far as hiding the buttons inside it, leaving it as either a small empty line, or text message saying there’s nothing there.
Plus, in order to re-arrange the order of the items, I have to open the QF for that mode (because the modes have different instances of QF) then one-by-one, right-click each entry and click Remove from Fav, then Right Click again and go to Add to Fav.
This sends that one entry to the bottom, and then you repeat for the others until you get the order you want.