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Revise Initial menu commands description in Corticon documentation


TitleRevise Initial menu commands description in Corticon documentation
URL Namerevise-initial-menu-commands-description-in-corticon-documentation
Article Number000111078
EnvironmentProduct: Corticon Documentation
Version: 5.7.x
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Question/Problem Description

In Corticon Studio: Quick Reference Guide > Using Progress Corticon Studio > Initial menu commands, there is a note: The setting for User Role as Rule Modeler or Integration and Deployment that was a Preference setting in releases prior to 5.5.1 has moved to the Vocabulary menu as the Show | Hide Vocabulary Details toggle.

Corticon Studio: Quick Reference Guide : Using Progress Corticon Studio : Initial menu commands

With changes in 5.7 regarding Show | Hide Vocabulary Details toggle there is a need to revise this note in the documentation.


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Clarifying Information
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement NumberDefect COR-5748
The documentation has been revised in Corticon 6.0 and above.

Progress Information Hub > Corticon Quick Reference > A guide to Progress Corticon Studio
Last Modified Date6/15/2020 1:17 PM
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