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Toolbar - save to .INI

Discussion in 'Support' started by ron, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. ron

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    After updating many toolbar buttons, I found out later they had all reverted to their previous settings. Would it be possible to have an option that would immediately save any changes to the toolbar in the .INI file?
     
  2. rconn

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    Right-click on the toolbar, and select "Save to .INI".

    Rex Conn
    JP Software
     
  3. ron

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    I understand that.

    I was asking about an option to have the changes saved automatically after I made them. I tend to think of toolbar customizations in the same way as program options, as opposed to changes made to a document that I need to remember and save.
     
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    The current design was chosen because that's the way most users seemed to
    want it. Particularly when used in conjunction with the TCTOOLBAR command,
    you really wouldn't *want* TCMD to be automatically saving every toolbar
    modification. IMO it's not too burdensome to make two mouse clicks to save
    your toolbar changes when you're finished, especially since saving a new
    toolbar would not be a common process.

    Rex Conn
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  5. ron

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    Ok. I've not used TCTOOLBAR before.

    As you suggested, my customizations are not frequent though and I can learn to remember and save them. It just caught me by surprise.

    Thanks.
     

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