I'm having any issue customizing a Tool Set. I've dragged and dropped new Snap Object Commands into the Drafting Tool Set but it doesn't show up in the Palette. The Command and new Tool Group are shown in the Tool Set when I re-open the Tools>Customize tab, but it still doesn't show up in the Palette. Previous and subsequent customizing with other Commands have taken, but not the Snap Object Commands. Any thoughts?
Here' the shot of the Customize window and the Palette. Now the Snap Object Commands are showing up, but the Dimension Commands are not.... I've "applied" and Ok'd the changes and re-entered the Customize window to get these shots.
Yes I have tried rearranging the Tool Groups within the Tool Set, deleting commands, re-entering commands, re-booting the application, re-booting the computer with no luck. Curious how it somtimes is an issue and sometimes not. Who knows, tomorrow it may just show up.
I think, that is because of corrupted Workflow.cui file, that resides inside "~/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/roaming/AutoCAD LT 2013 Standalone/R19.0/enu/Support" folder. You can try quit AutoCAD and move Workflow.cui to some another location (to Desktop). Then start AutoCAD again and it will recreate this file with default settings. Now you can try to customize ToolSets palette over again.
That worked. I've got the Drafting Palette all set. But when I started to modify the Annotation Palette, the changes wouldn't take there. Anyway, 90% of where I would like to be works very well. Thanks for the help. I've got another question, but I'll start a new thread.
After finally getting he Drafting Palette where I wanted it, I tried changing the Annotation Palette and ran into the same problem as before. I've not tried changing anything else in the Drafting Palette since because both palettes are in a good workable state. I've decided to leave well enough alone for the time being. Thanks again.
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