How do I add or change GTX menus in AutoCAD?
GTXRaster CAD versions 9.1, 10.1, 11.5, 12.5, 2010, 2011, and 2012 feature
GTX menus in the CUI file format. Initially the Raster CAD installation
configures the GTX menu, that is appropriate for the GTX program level, as an
Enterprise Customization File. This may be achieved manually by opening the
AutoCAD Options window, selecting Customization Files>Enterprise
Customization File then use the Browse button to browse to the Raster CAD file
folder where you will see CUI files for each of the GTX product levels.
GTX recommends that an AutoCAD Workspace be created for the GTX
program to make menus and toolbars customizable in the AutoCAD Customize User
Interface editor. To do this, open the Workspace toolbar in AutoCAD, select
Save Current As from the Workspace pulldown, then apply an appropriate
Workspace name for the GTX program. This may also be done using the WSSAVE
command to open a Save Workspace dialog. These methods may be reapplied to save
an existing Workspace that needs modification.
Having a Workspace for the GTX program allows for customization
of the visual screen elements using the Customize User Interface editor that is
accessible by AutoCAD's CUI command. From the GTX Workspace, toolbar and menu
elements may be added to and rearranged in their screen positions. Without the
creation of a Workspace for GTX the menu elements are contained in the Read
Only Enterprise customization which is not changeable.
Using Menuload to add or remove GTX menus
All versions of GTX menus may be loaded using AutoCAD's Menuload
command. This method incorporates GTX menu elements as part of AutoCAD's menu
structure where the GTX menu components are not separately manageable as when
they are identified as an Enterprise Customization.