A while ago I created a new button on my toolbar called "Foo". (Well not actually Foo, but you know what I mean). Now I've decided to make a slight change in how that button works. I've figured out how to do this in a round about kind of way. I found a file in my C:\Users\MyAccount\AppData\Roaming\GPSoftware\Directory Opus\UserCommands folder called "Foo.ouc". So I simply edited the dos command inside that file and that worked (at least after the next time I restarted dopus). However I am pretty sure when I originally created this button, I modified it a few times and I did it inside dopus and that I didn't even know about this file. Probably I just forgot how to edit the command.
What I'm trying now, is to right click on the toolbar, and select "customize".
Then I right click on my button and select "edit".
In the command editor, after "Function" it just says "Foo".
If I click on "Advanced", then after "Function" it says "Standard Function (Opus or external)" and below that is a window that just contains the single word "Foo". There is a little arrow in the heading above that called "Edit", but when I click on it, it doesn't show my dos command or give me a way to edit it.
I suspect I'm not supposed to edit my command by editing this file, and that I simply forgot how to do it the proper way. If so however couldn't find the answer in the manual or even by searching the forum. Can anyone remind me how to do this?