On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 12:38 AM, Thomas Blasejewicz <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
The last few days I upgraded from 3.6 something to 4.0.4.
And this morning I noticed the "template menu" is gone.
One of my computers has still 3.6 on it and there it is under Files ->
That's also where the extension items for the extension "template
After along search I found, that the template changer can now only be
found in an unmarked grave
= empty white space with a black triangle at its right margin BELOW File
But so far I was not able to find anything like Templates -> Organize
Where is this now???
Or has the software advanced so far, that creating, deleting, organizing
templates etc. is now a thing of the past?
The opening screen contains a "Templates..." icon that opens the Template
Manager. I presume the developers considered the availablity of the
capability to manage templates here and in the File->New->Templates
sufficient and eliminated what they considered a redundant approach.
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