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Topic Title: Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using "Manage commands > enable/disable"
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Created On: 01/11/2022 12:43 PM
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 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using "Manage commands > enable/disable"   - Twisted_Code - 01/11/2022 12:43 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 01/18/2022 11:42 AM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Lunis Orcutt - 01/18/2022 01:07 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 01/20/2022 07:58 AM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using "Manage commands > enable/disable"   - Lunis Orcutt - 01/20/2022 02:07 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 01/26/2022 08:59 AM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Lunis Orcutt - 01/26/2022 12:24 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 01/26/2022 08:43 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using "Manage commands > enable/disable"   - Twisted_Code - 01/27/2022 08:29 AM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 01/28/2022 03:34 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Lunis Orcutt - 01/28/2022 07:45 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 01/29/2022 04:39 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 01/30/2022 12:42 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - R. Wilke - 01/30/2022 01:41 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 01/30/2022 05:58 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - R. Wilke - 01/31/2022 12:48 AM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 02/20/2022 08:47 PM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - R. Wilke - 02/21/2022 09:51 AM  
 Command file rolling back unexpectedly when using   - Twisted_Code - 04/09/2022 01:04 PM  
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I am... really not sure how to best describe this, but do you all know what I mean when I refer to the "Enable Disable Command Module" Window? Basically, it doesn't seem to be working right at all. If I open that window by going to "KB sidebar > Manage Commands > Disable/enable", it seems to load the wrong file because there are at least 2 commands that should be listed near the top that are not listed (I'm supposed to have 2 versions of "<keyname> hold down" and "<keyname> release", but only one version shows), and if I then try to save the results of that dialogue, it seemingly rolls my main command file back to some previous state. Possibly the state it was in before I ran "KB sidebar > Manage Commands > Import"?

in any case, I think setting my commands folder up as a git repository might've been the one of the smartest moves I ever made. Otherwise I might not have noticed exactly how much was changing between command file versions... I love change control!

if any of that is confusing (and believe me, I tried to word it clearly, but I'm just so confused myself...), please let me know and I will try to rephrase it.

KB version: 5.20.0000 (is there a way to check for updates? I feel like I might be running an outdated versionif this was the very first 2020 version)

Dragon version: DPI 15.00.0000.076 (same question as above for checking for updates)



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