It is quite simple to switch back to your customized toolbar profile. Simply right click on any toolbar and select ... Saved [01.03.12]
The same can be done for the main menu profile if you have customized the main menu too.
For restoring a customized context menu (document window and file tab context menus can be customized), it is necessary to open Advanced - Configuration - Toolbars / Menus - Management
, click on button Manage Menus
and use the Save As
button to save a ... Saved [01.03.12]
again as ...
. This restores the main menu profile (*.mb1) and the popup menu profile (*.pb1). Further you can delete also not needed backups as you can do also within Manage Toolbars
Hint: UEStudio updates only the standard menu and toolbar profiles, but never customized menu and toolbar profiles saved with a different name. So it is good practice to save a customized toolbar profile with a different name like MyToolbars
Even better is to save the complete customized environment with a personalized name. Open View - Environments
(UE < 20.00) or View - Layouts - Manage Layouts
(UE >= 20.00) and use the button Save Current State As
to avoid in future an update on your customized environment/layout at all. I use this method because it gives me the possibility to always update the standard environments/layouts without making a backup. After the update I switch temporarily to most suitable standard environment/layout and look which new commands are available and if some of them are interesting for me too. Then I switch back to my customized environment/layout and customize the toolbar and menu by adding the new commands which are of interest for me.
Regarding your second question see Previous icon set available in UltraEdit v17.00?
You have to extract the Save icons you want in previous style from the appropriate image, save them as BMP files and assign those BMPs to the Save commands in your customized toolbar.Edit:
Don't know why the toolbar of uestoolbar is completely displayed in grayscale. This is not common. Even the symbol of a currently disabled command is displayed usually with colors.