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No custom component editor toolbar
21.05.2020 17:54

Hi,
I closed the component editor toolbar while modifying some component, and now I can't find this toolbar anywhere... So I am stuck in a component any time I want to edit one. The only remaining option I found is to close Tekla, and thus I can't access the variables menu...
Do you have any idea how to make this toolbar reappear?
Thanks!

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Re: No custom component editor toolbar 22.10.2020 18:38

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Same case for me. I
Re: No custom component editor toolbar 22.10.2020 18:49

Same case for me. I rearranged my display and it solved the problem.

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Custom component editor" toolbar
Re: Same case for me. I 10.11.2020 21:51

Hi Rolando, What do you mean by rearranging your display? I've got the same problem!

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Custom component editor toolbar
Re: Custom component editor" toolbar 02.12.2020 15:42

I also have this problem.
When I edit a custom component I see it fleetingly. Then it is not visible so I can't modify the component.
How do you make the toolbar visible again
Thanks

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Any other workarounds?
Re: No custom component editor toolbar 11.12.2020 16:00

Any other workarounds?

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Same problem
Re: No custom component editor toolbar 17.12.2020 11:15

I also have this problem.
Have you found a solution?

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Re: No custom component editor toolbar 05.03.2021 11:01

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To return the panel to its
Re: No custom component editor toolbar 05.03.2021 11:06

To return the panel to its place, use regedit. Way:
HKEY_CURREN_USER > SOFTWARE > Trimble > TeklaStructures > 2020 (or any other version)> Toolbars > xs_library_connection_toolbar
If the value in the VISIBLE string is '0', then change it to '1', and if the value of x or y is too large (such as 3065), then change it to any number within 150, for example, x=40, y=140. After that, run the component editor and the panel will return.

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Had the same problem. Yep,
Re: To return the panel to its 13.03.2021 13:52

Had the same problem. Yep, Alex-934 suggestion worked for me. Little addition: you have to close Tekla before you make edit in RegEdit. 'X' and 'Y' values are in DWORD, so I suggest you to change these values to 'decimal' when you edit them.

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