When I open SWX 2020 I get this dialog box. I do not know the pros and cons of selecting either Yes or No. Please tell me if you are familiar with any of the selection.
If you've done any customization to the Command Manager command arrangement, or if you haven't but don't want them to change, choose "No."
If you choose NO then any new functionality (a.k.a. new buttons) on any of the Ribbons won't show up.
In other words you can choose either your customized Ribbons and then trying to figure out what new buttons you're missing and where to find them or you choose the new Ribbons and can redo every little customization that you have ever done to the default tabs.
Rock and hard place come to mind.
To put it differently, you can customize the Ribbon entirely but be prepared to every couple of years having to do it all over again, so any increase in efficiency and gain in productivity get nullified in setting everything back up as needed and wanted.
The only way to have your cake and eat it is by not changing the default tabs at all but only use user-defined tabs and then hope it doesn't go haywire.
Peter De Vlieger wrote: If you choose NO then any new functionality (a.k.a. new buttons) on any of the Ribbons won't show up.
Peter De Vlieger wrote:
I assume new functionality means new buttons of new features added to latest SWX version. Is there any ways to reverse the choices of Yes/No?
Yes, click no. You'll get your customize. Export the setting.
Set Ribbon back to default.
You can Import your settings again.
I think its better to click yes. SW change ID of buttons. So old Ribbon go crazy sometime.
sure - re-install
You mean that if I re-installed I can get rid of this dialog box.
Yes, re-install Inventor instead of SW
No, I meant that re-installing will re-set the question, so you can reverse your selection.
You should also be able to hit "Reset to defaults" instead of re-installing:
reset to defaults does just that - resets to the new defaults. it does NOT allow you to go back and re-answer the pop-up you see during the initial launch after installing...
Well, right, but that question is entirely about the command manager. My assumption is that the OP previously hit NO, and wants to hit YES. So when you hit "Reset to Defaults" will reset the command manager to factory settings....which is the same thing that the YES button will do.
Am I on the right track? Or did I miss that last turn at Albuquerque?
the OP has given no clear indication which choice was made... so we are all probably in newfoundland .
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