Sorry, I only mean the "Toolbar".
I understand how it should work because it used to work like that for me. But here is what happened:
Site #1 was the "primary" root blog in the multi-site and had WP Symposium Toolbar as a network menu and I had all tabs deselected from the sub-sites so all my 8 sub-sites in my network shared that one menu look/system.
Site #2 was just a sub-site that displayed whatever Site #1's network menu did.
I had to switch Site #1 and Site #2. So now, Site #2 is really Site #1 the "primary" root blog in the multi-site trying to run WP Symposium Toolbar.
All the old menus and settings for a network menu appear under the "new" Site #1 (which was the old Site #2) but they are not respected amongst the other sites. Only the settings from "the original Site #1 remain in the sub-sites no matter what I do.
Additionally, if I disable all tabs including the new Site #1 tabs it takes me out of the admin page and gives me an invalid permission.
And lastly, the new Site #2 which was the old Site #1 has its "own" tool bar per se. The site does not come out in the tabs to disable it and while I believe that this one is still looked as the "Network Menu", there are no options for network menu features by WP Symposium present for it. Instead it has tabs like a regular menu.
Basically my question is how do I fix this? The way that I believe I can fix it is by wiping my WordPress installation clear of ALL WP Symposium Toolbar data. I can see the plugin stores data somewhere because my styles, menus, and settings are always present no matter if I delete the plugin and re-install it etc. So is it a database? Maybe just dumping all the databases dealing with WP Symposium Toolbar I can fix this.
And BTW, this is an amazing plugin, I've been using it on several sites for about a year so I am eager to fix this issue asap.