Button Label Always Displays When Adding A New Button

In Opus 11.13.1, whenever I create a new button on a toolbar by pressing the Control key, and dragging the icon of a .exe file up to the toolbar and dropping it, I have a problem that I don't seem to be able to figure out. When I hover my pointer on a toolbar button, I only want the Tip to be displayed. However, when I create a new button using the above method, both the Label: and the Tip are displayed on hover, and of course, they both say the same thing.

So, I have to manually edit the button using the Command Editor, and even though next to the Label: input line, the option to 'Show Label' is NOT checked, it shows it anyway on a pointer hover. The only way to get rid of it, is to actually delete it from the text input line.

Is there a way I can add a new button, and have only the Tip: show on hover, without having to edit the button each time I create a new one? Thanks!!

The Show Label option changes whether the label is shown on the toolbar. It has no affect on tooltips.

To change the tooltip you have to edit the label and/or tip fields. You can delete the tip field entirely if you don't want to use it.

The tooltip will always display the tip field (if any), and will also display the label field as a heading if the label is not displayed on the toolbar itself.

Alright then, that answers my question. I will always have to edit either the Label line, or the Tip line. 6 one way, half a dozen the other. Thanks, leo!