Unheralded feature?

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Re: Unheralded feature?

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aurumdigitus wrote:When using Customize Toolbar having the CTB # appear to the right after a button name has been entered is very handy. When did the feature begin?
I didn't see this ?
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Re: Unheralded feature?

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CookieMonster wrote:
aurumdigitus wrote:When using Customize Toolbar having the CTB # appear to the right after a button name has been entered is very handy. When did the feature begin?
I didn't see this ?
Try reading the second post of the thread.

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Re: Unheralded feature?

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Thought I would update buttons zip and found two buttons had been added
since september so here is the new zip
Buttons-2013Dec.zip
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Re: Unheralded feature?

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TheQwerty wrote:
CookieMonster wrote:
aurumdigitus wrote:When using Customize Toolbar having the CTB # appear to the right after a button name has been entered is very handy. When did the feature begin?
I didn't see this ?
Try reading the second post of the thread.
I looked everywhere within the CTB and I never saw a number appear after a button, nor a option to turn this on. :!:
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Re: Unheralded feature?

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CookieMonster wrote:I looked everywhere within the CTB and I never saw a number appear after a button, nor a option to turn this on. :!:
Right click on a CTB, choose the Customize Toolbar, than you can see something like this:
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Re: Unheralded feature?

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I recall seeing the button keys listed in the past, but they are no longer visible in the customize toolbar panel with 13.60.0010 (and perhaps earlier releases).

I don't see them listed in a /fresh configuration either.

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Re: Unheralded feature?

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To see the CTB numbers (e.g., ctb12), remember you have to right click (or control right click if you have an assignment made for right click) on one of your customized toolbar buttons - one that you made. It can't be one of the XYplorer built in buttons.

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Re: Unheralded feature?

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klownboy wrote:To see the CTB numbers (e.g., ctb12), remember you have to right click (or control right click if you have an assignment made for right click) on one of your customized toolbar buttons - one that you made. It can't be one of the XYplorer built in buttons.
Ok, thanks. That was it.
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Re: Unheralded feature?

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They are also visible any time the dialog is opened via the button SC:

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Re: Unheralded feature?

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Ah thanks I understand ! :D
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