This is what my sketch toolbar in the command manager looks like:
As you can see, most of the commands are missing. I've tried resetting all the relevant settings but nothing seems to work. Anyone know how I can fix this?
Welcome to the forum. I don't know what happened, but you can right-click on a blank part of the Command Manager and choose "Customize..." from the drop-down. Go to Commands > Sketch and click and drag whichever commands you want onto it.
Thanks for your reply. I've done what you said, and this is currently sufficient. Problem considered solved!
Question, when you are in a sketch, what do you see when you press the "s" key?
S brings up the shortcut toolbar, and I have noticed some users who modify the shortcut toolbar by dragging them from the toolbar that you have pictured. This removes them from the toolbar and adds them to the shortcut toolbar.
Could this have happened in this case?
This is what shows up when I press "s" in a sketch:
I assume whoever used this computer before me messed with the settings. I wish there were an easy way to reset all toolbar settings like in a fresh install.
Yixin Duan wrote: I wish there were an easy way to reset all toolbar settings like in a fresh install.
Yixin Duan wrote:
I wish there were an easy way to reset all toolbar settings like in a fresh install.
This seems to only reset the positions of the toolbars and not the contents.
I'm afraid I don't see that option on my screen
By the way, you should be able to go to the duplicate Discussion and delete it.
See this post:
Trying to reset SW2010 Toolbars to Default
This should work for your installation as well, however, scroll down to the warnings from some of the other users before you try this.
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