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icon5.gif  How do you define a command group via extension points? [message #1053300] Fri, 03 May 2013 16:44
Paul Fullbright is currently offline Paul FullbrightFriend
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What is the current (non-deprecated) analog of action sets? Command category doesn't seem to do the same thing, at least when it comes to customizing a perspective.

I'm adding a drop-down command to a toolbar, and setting a visibility test so that it's only visible (by default) in my perspective. However, I'd like it to be configurable to be added to other perspectives. However, when I try to enable the toolbar, I get a message that it cannot be made visible because it is in the unavailable "null" command group. I've tried to add all of the commands in the drop-down to a common command category, but that doesn't fix the problem. There's still no named command group that I can enable so that I can enable the toolbar.

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