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Change the cancel button on parameter editing

Change the cancel button on parameter editing

Change the cancel button on parameter editing

There are 2 cases in which I just hate the cancel button in inventor.

When you want to change te name of a parameter and you accidentaly type like "Lengthµ" Inventor gives the error: "variable name contains invalid characters" and this message only has a "cancel" button where an "edit" button would be more in place.

And also when you are edititing the value of a parameter and you make an error or hit the return button a bit to soon and when you're almost done typing a long formula or are editing the parameter and you make a sudden error or something like that you get: "Unable to parse equation" and, idd, only a "cancel" button where also an "edit" button would be more in place.

Is there any but any way to change that button because it makes me kind of angry some times.

Thx. Beli

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