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CommandInput in an already existing cammmand

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p_krola
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CommandInput in an already existing cammmand

I have two questions. I would like to define a CommandInput in an already existing cammmand. As it is defined in the CoroPlus Add-in.

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The second question is. I would like to add a help button to my add-in. When this button is pressed, a window containing the text pops up. This solution is similar in the previously mentioned Add-in CoroPlus

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BrianEkins
in reply to: p_krola

Fusion and the API do not support modifying an existing command, whether it's an internal command or created by an add-in. The creator of the command is the only one that can define the contents of the command. This makes sense because it's the owner of the command that is listening to and handling the command events. If there are inputs it doesn't know about, the handling of those events will likely fail.

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p_krola
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OK I understand. How can I solve the second problem?
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p_krola
in reply to: p_krola

I found a solution. I can get it back through 'palettes'

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