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Toolbar Warning - why?

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I've been messing around in my toolbars and must have deleted something the wrong way?  I get this warning now every time I try to "customize toolbars"...

 

Can someone tell me what I need to do to get rid of this warning...thanks!

 

Toolbar Warning

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Check your toolbars folder for a backup file.

 

You can edit the toolbar configuration file too. There is the Default and Extended configuration file.

 

They look like this. Each icon is represented by a number -- I've circled one in red.

 

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Somewhere in one of the configuration files is probably the number 2006, and it should be deleted.

 

I just tested this on my system, and would be happy to look at your files if you would rather not. 101 is the New Plan icon. I added it to another toolbar within Chief, closed Chief and edited the configuration file to delete it. Restarted Chief and everything loaded correctly.

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Steve 2006 appears to be a Custom Tool Bar Configuration if that triggers any memories.

 

Eric, Did you happen to find a way to access the drop down tool bar sets or a way to cross reference the numbers ?

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18 minutes ago, Chopsaw said:

Eric, Did you happen to find a way to access the drop down tool bar sets or a way to cross reference the numbers ?

 

No simple way to cross reference as far as I know. You could all all icons to a toolbar, then manually cross reference by looking at the config file.

 

The drop down sets must be coded into the program, or in another file -- I've not looked, but I would like the ability to modify these. 

 

Wish this was documented ...

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6 minutes ago, solver said:

The drop down sets must be coded into the program, or in another file, but I would like the ability to modify these. 

 

 

Yes along with a few improvements to custom tool creation this would be great.

 

It does not look like you can do anything much with the file that can't be done within the software with the exception of cleaning up a corruption situation as it would appear Steve has.  But let us know if you disagree.

 

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