My command manager doesn't contain any commands. I attached a screenshot. Please help.
Is this a new install or is it something that has just started happening to an existing setup?
Right-click on a blank part at the top of your monitor to get the list of toolbars and see if "CommandManager" is checked.
and if this doesn't work, I'd suggest grabbing where you think the command manager should be located and try to undock it. If it remains empty after that, you have a problem.
I see that this hasn't been closed so I am going to add my issue to it. I also have a blank CM but I think it is a different issue. I have undocked it and can move it around but there is little in it. I have been using it and a couple of days ago I attempted to change something, I don't remember what and this is what I got. I have 3 menu icons on the right side and if I select one I have a different item show up for an option (only one) and then if I select the indicated "more" icon at the bottom I get the flyout CM relating to that one option as shown below. This is really limiting. Any ideas how to get the old CM back?
Drag the lower edge of the window down. You should see all your tabs on the right:
Well it worked this time. Thought I had tried that before. Now to get it to redock.
to Re-dock, Click and hold on the "Command Manager Text" in the dialog box top (shown in Yellow box below) and drag it to the top (or side if you want it docked there) Arrow boxes (shown at red arrows)..
When the top (or side) of the screen changes to transparent blue (shown below) - release the left mouse button and the Command Manager will dock to that side of the window.
That is what I thought. But unless I am doing something wrong it never turns to the transparent blue and isn't working.
I was trying to add a video but the option hangs up for some reason. Maybe I will get it later.
In case you didn't try it, you have to move your mouse pointer into the docking icon.
Jim Sculley wrote: In case you didn't try it, you have to move your mouse pointer into the docking icon.
Jim Sculley wrote:
That is the problem. It never shows.
You can also try double-clicking the command manager title bar to dock it.
Have you tried cycling F10 (this is the shortcut for hiding the Command Manager) on and off?
Double clicking does nothing. F10 will hide the command manager as well as all toolbars that I have docked. Cycling F10 just shows and hides with no other changes. I closed all other programs thinking the docking icon might be on the other monitor but that wasn't the case either.
I currently have the manager on a clear space at the top of the screen and set to expand when I hover over it so I can select what is needed and when I move off it will collapse and that seems to be working ok, just not how I am accustomed to working. I can adapt.
Try this if you haven't already:
Command Manager Tabs not Populating
Dan Pihlaja wrote: Try this if you haven't already:Command Manager Tabs not Populating
Dan Pihlaja wrote:
Ya, I have been hoping to avoid getting that drastic but it is probably the only option. I am in a couple of busy projects so I will give that a go when I get things cleared out.
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