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Topic Title: Manage commands button is missing from sidebar
Topic Summary: I cannot import or manage commands because the manage commands button is missing
Created On: 08/01/2022 12:25 PM
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 Manage commands button is missing from sidebar   - avkatz - 08/01/2022 12:25 PM  
 Manage commands button is missing from sidebar   - Lunis Orcutt - 08/01/2022 01:03 PM  
 08/01/2022 12:25 PM
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Hi - I noticed this just now after all my personalized commands disappeared.  So I ran the command updater, and noticed that the button was missing.  Exited and restarted KB, and it is still missing.  Screenshot below.  Any advice?   Thanks, Avery

 08/01/2022 01:03 PM
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Keep in mind that when you run the KBCommandUpdater it will overwrite your personal commands and although you can export your personal commands, it's a lot easier to simply write your commands into the Dragon Command Browser.


From this picture, we can see that your screen resolution is set too high; which might explain the missing lower Manage Commands button. Also note that your top KnowBrainer Sidebar names are squished together. If you need to click the Manage Commands button, press {Alt+m}

We can also see that you have not successfully run the KBCommandUpdater. The latest Build is <%> KB Build 07-18-2022. If your KBCommandUpdater produces a system MSVCP100.dll error, rest assured that we are working on the problem now and will issue a new release when it's ready.


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