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Old 11-05-2012, 07:02 AM
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Hi all,

I have been tasked with upgrading the CMS software on multiple PC's.

The software installs fine, I have an issue with preferences being carried over from a previous version of CMS to the new version.

When you launch the software there is an option to right click the ribbon and add a button. Users that had previously added buttons to their old CMS software are finding that the upgraded version is missing the buttons.

Is there any way to find where these "button" settings are stored on the local PC? so I can try and import the settings across.

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