You can add menu to any page that initially doesn't support it in three easy steps. This will require a bit of layout modification.
1. Let's assume you use a layout with horizontal menu like Eindhoven and we need to add the menu to the Edit page. Proceed to the Style Editor and make sure Edit page is selected on the left side.
Now we need to find what layout file to modify. Click Project layouts link and choose Apply to the current page. This shows that we use edit page layout file edit2.ly.
2. Proceed to \templates\layouts and open edit2.ly file in any text editor. Add menu container (listed in red).
beginblock width=100% center ~~#F00:begincontainer horizontal bmargin=0 style=hmenu align=center width=500 hmenu brick hmenu endcontainer~~ begincontainer vertical style=1 width=500 align=center edit header color2 editheader brick color1 message begincontainer vertical columns=3 color=1 style=fields width=100% fields header editfields brick color3 legend brick color2 editbuttons endcontainer endcontainer begincontainer vertical style=empty align=left width=500 details brick editdetails endcontainer endblock
3. Add the following code to BeforeDisplay event of the Edit page. If you don't add it - menu won't appear which is convenient if you don't need it to be on each Edit page.
xt.assign "menu_block", true
This is it. Here is how it looks in generated application.