Ideally, I'd like to be able to hide the entire browse menu from anonymous users, but if that's not possible, can I control what's shown on the browse menu to anonymous users?
This is the script I ended up using and I had to put it at the end of the body section.
There is also the excellent Menu Manager Plugin from CustomWare that does the trick brilliantly. https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/13460
But remember, once you have hidden the commands, the user can still access many of the Confluence features by the URL as definined in this great post http://www.divingintothedetails.com/confluence/urls-to-access-confluence-wiki-functionality/. but most of these do require the confluence pageid.
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