If you have customized the menu and toolbars, you should not name it "Advanced". UltraEdit/UEStudio has 2 standard menu/toolbar profiles: Advanced and Basic. Only these 2 profiles were updated. Other customized profiles will be never automatically updated.
So do following:
- Click with right mouse button on the menu and select Manage Menu Configurations.
- I guess, you have customized the Advanced menu. So select in the dialog Advanced, enter a new name, for example Personal and click on the button Save As.
- When you now click again with right mouse button on the menu, you will see that your customized "Personal" menu profile is selected and "Advanced" and "Basic" are also available to switch to. Click again on Manage Menu Configurations to open the dialog.
- Select again Advanced and press the button Reset to update the standard Advanced menu profile to latest version.
- Select Basic and press again button Reset.
- Close the dialog with button Close.
- When the menu has changed after closing the dialog, click right mouse button again on the menu and select your customized menu profile named "Personal".
Do exactly the same on the toolbar. Best give your customized toolbar profile the same name as for the menu profile.
After this procedure you will have 3 new files in the directory of uedit32.ini with name Personal.mfg, Personal.pfg and Personal.tfg which contains now your customized menu and toolbar configurations.
In future you can always update the menu and toolbar profiles without making a backup when UE/UES asks you after an upate because UE/UES only updates the Advanced and Basic profiles. You then can easily switch with right mouse click temporarily to updated Advanced menu or toolbar to see the new features and test it. After switching back to your personal menu/toolbar you can add now those new commands which are for interest of you.
That's the method I use since v11 to handle my customized toolbars. I have more than 1 customized toolbar profile. I rarely use the menus, so I use always the standard Advanced menu and have not created a customized menu.
Note: The toolbar configuration file can contain more than 1 toolbar like the Advanced.tfg. When a toolbar profile file contains more than 1 toolbar, you can easily enable/disable with right mouse click on the toolbar or via View - Views/Lists - Toolbars
individual toolbars inside the profile.