Classes

Method XbpToolBar():new() Foundation

Creates an instance of the XbpToolBar class.

Syntax
XbpToolBar:new( [<oParent>], [<oOwner>], ;
                [<aPos>],    [<aSize>],  ;
                [<aPP>],     [<lVisible>] ) --> oXbpToolBar
Parameters
<oParent>
The parent for the XbpToolBar object can be optionally be specified using the parameter <oParent>. By default <oParent> is the active window (the return value of SetAppWindow()).
<oOwner>
<oOwner> can be used to set the owner for the XbpToolBar object. By default <oOwner> is the same as <oParent>.
<aPos> := { nX, nY }
The optional parameter <aPos> can be used to specify the position where the XbpToolBar is displayed. By default, this parameter contains the array {0,0}. This specifies the position for the lower left corner of the tool bar object. The first element contains the x coordinate and the second contains the y coordinate. The coordinates are relative to the coordinate system of <oParent>.
<aSize> := { nXsize, nYsize }
The parameter <aSize> optionally specifies the size of the XbpToolBar. <aSize> must be an array containing two elements. The first element specifies the dimension in the x direction (width) and the second element specifies the dimension in the y direction (height). By default this value is the array {0,0}.

The height of an XbpToolBar object is computed dynamically and cannot be controlled by the Xbase++ application. It is adjusted with respect to the captions and images displayed in the tool bar object's buttons. Consequently, the value specified in array element nYSize is ignored!

<aPP>
A two dimensional array can be specified for <aPresParam>. Refer to Generic presentation parametersfor a detailed explanation.
<lVisible>
The parameter <lVisible> determines whether the XbpToolBar is visible immediately after the call to the method :create(). By default <lVisible>is .T. (true) and the Xbase Part is displayed after :create() is executed. This default behavior can be suppressed by specifying the value .F. (false) for the parameter <lVisible>. In this case, the object must be explicitly displayed using the :show() method.
Return

The class method :new() returns an XbpToolBar object.

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