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    • CommentAuthorkmunoz
    • CommentTime5 days ago
     
    Reinstalled everything from scratch today - CC3+, then the update 13, then all of the add-ons I have, and then CSUAC+ and Bogie's. I ran through the same process I did last time (though at the time CC3+ was on update 9), but this time it didn't work.

    The custom toolbar does not appear. I ran the .bat file to try to fix - no luck. I got no toolbar when I Installed CSUAC initially, none after running the .bat file, then none when I installed Bogie's after.

    What troubleshooting should I do to try to fix this issue?
    • CommentAuthorJimP
    • CommentTime5 days ago
     
    I had a similar problem that was solved when I looked hrough the install pdf.
    • CommentAuthorkmunoz
    • CommentTime5 days ago
     
    I've read the install PDF multiple times, each time I've done a reinstall (which I've done 4 times over the years, for a variety of reasons). I'm well conditioned to following the PDF step by step each time, rather than winging it.
    • CommentAuthorJimP
    • CommentTime5 days ago
     
    I don't know then. You might search in here for the discussion on install problems for the CSUAC that Shessar and others contributed to.
    • CommentAuthorkmunoz
    • CommentTime5 days ago edited
     
    Yeah, I did that, too - and the instructions basically boil down to making sure they're installed in a certain order, using a certain version, and using the .bat file if it goes pear-shaped. So the last time this happened, I made sure that my files were numbered so that next time I'd install them in the correct order the first time. And I made sure they were all the correct version. And I ran the .bat file after the CSUAC2 install (which didn't show up), and then again after Bogie's (which also didn't show up), and then ran the update 13 file a second time (to mirror the suggestion a while back to run update 9 a second time).

    I still have a functioning install on my crappy 2006 laptop, so it looks like I'll be sticking with that for the time being.
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      CommentAuthorMonsen
    • CommentTime4 days ago
     
    You did actually turn on the toolbar (Custom Iconbar 3) from inside CC3+, right? Assuming you did, the easiest way is probably just to copy the .mnu files from your laptop, and then run CC3MenuConfig.exe (in your data directory).
    • CommentAuthorkmunoz
    • CommentTime3 days ago
     
    Yes I did turn on the toolbar.

    I suspect that what may have happened is that the running-as-administrator install didn't work, and thus for some reason none of the mnu files got changed. Or something. (When I ran the installers as administrator they still warned me to run the installers as administrator, which presumably they should not have done, as I was running the installers as administrator.)

    But I nuked the VM from orbit and gave up, since this all came at the end of a 4 hour download and installation process.