So, 1) I'm going to make the assumption that you have created an EXE without a menu. You may have selected the "loop forever (when no menus)" option. Recreate the EXE without this option selected.
and 2) I'm not sure, but I think the show may loop forever by default if you create a DVD without a menu ... it's been awhile since I created one of these. In this case, recreate the output using a menu. Add the option to loop (if there's ever a chance that anyone may want to loop the show forever) and a play button (if you have a thumbnail to indicate the show to play, you don't necessarily need the addition of the play button).
Anyway, that's my initial take on this one ...
Also, it could be that the action to LOOP ALL was accidentally attached/associated with one or more of the other elements in the menu page. The action can be assigned to any one or more of the elements on the screen, not just the loop all button.
If the show starts automatically once the DVD is put into the player then I believe there is no menu. That does not typically happen if there is an actual menu with different buttons and actions associated with those elements on the screen.
Check each button (caption layer) on the custom menu (in the menu caption area) and look to see what action is assigned to each caption layer. It should be that only the caption layers that are active (with a checked box) are the ones to show up on the menu.
Be proactive in checking every step when saving the custom menu for each particular show, WHERE you save it, WHAT it's named and to load it when rendering the show for burning to DVD. The program defaults to the last named menu, the last place a menu was saved and so forth. This can often messed up new users who don't think to check the path and so forth. I hate it when I forget to check and overwrite another menu! Thankfully, that hasn't happened to me in a while.
Hope you get it worked out.
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