WAD TCToolBar troubles

Apr 13, 2010
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Writing the current toolbar defs does not produce the expected file.

Regards, DJ
 

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May 20, 2008
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Syracuse, NY, USA
It works here with a full path or with .\filename. But if I give only a filename (no path at all) TCMD (which writes the file) tries, and fails, to put it in c:\windows. That's peculiar since c:\windows is not TCMD's current working directory. From ProcessMonitor:

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May 20, 2008
11,411
99
Syracuse, NY, USA
It works here with a full path or with .\filename. But if I give only a filename (no path at all) TCMD (which writes the file) tries, and fails, to put it in c:\windows. That's peculiar since c:\windows is not TCMD's current working directory. From ProcessMonitor:

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It might have worked for me with ".\" because v:\ was both TCC's and TCMD's current working directory. Perhaps, in djspits's case TCMD's CWD was somewhere in the "Program Files" tree ... and TCMD tried to put it there ... and failed.
 

rconn

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May 14, 2008
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The toolbar is a Take Command component, not TCC. So it is executed inside Take Command, and (if you do not specify an explicit path) it will use the current default directory for Take Command.

So, unless you know Take Command's default directory, use an explicit pathname, not a relative one, for TCTOOLBAR /W.
 

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