OK, I understand now the operating mode you had in mind. Unfortunately, I had not the same
I was still with the previous behavior, in which the suspend mode was supposed to be used only for the run on the program. With this in mind, the program suspends the menu when starting and then restores it to its normal behavior when exiting. It was working fine.
Things are supposed to be handled differently now. You have to put the brick in suspend mode by using the menu command, and then menus are no more visible even after the program has ended. This lasts until you use the 'magic" button combo to restore the menu display. The problem is that I was not aware of the fact that things were supposed to be done this way now
Hence our reciprocal misunderstanding
I'll check tonight when back home and keep you informed.