Currently WP claims on wp-admin/nav-menus.php that the theme only supports one menu. With BP enabled, a second menu, however, is shown. This menu is a proper WP menu in every other regard except for display - there's no GUI option to display it when BuddyPress is not active.
What child theme hack could I use to expose for example the menu with ID 8 to be displayed at the spot where the Elbee Elgee BuddyPress Menu is displayed by default? Or can I force the display of Elbee Elgee BuddyPress Menu without having BuddyPress installed and just replace the contents?
The best long-term solution would be to expose it as a second menu that users can use for anything they wish. (Minor priority: I'd even say that a third menu would be welcome - one that is on the same row as the current main navigation menu, but aligned to the right. Thus it'd be possible to have eg. three links on the left side and two on the right side. The three on the left could be front page and two categories and the two on the right could be About and Contact. Grouping them separately improves readability.)