Member variable XbpToolBarButton():style Foundation
Specifies the style of a tool bar button.
The instance variable :style contains a numeric value that specifies characteristics of the tool bar button. The following constants are supported for the :style instance variable:
|XBPTOOLBAR_BUTTON_DEFAULT *)||Default button style|
|XBPTOOLBAR_BUTTON_TOGGLE||Function represented by the button is a toggle of a certain kind. If it is depressed, the button remains depressed until it is pressed again.|
|XBPTOOLBAR_BUTTON_BUTTONGROUP||Button is part of a group of buttons which are mutually exclusive. Only one button can be selected in a button group. However, all of them can be unpressed.|
|XBPTOOLBAR_BUTTON_SEPARATOR||Button is a divider between other buttons. Separator buttons can be used to visually group tool bar buttons. Cannot display caption or image.|
|XBPTOOLBAR_BUTTON_PLACEHOLDER||Button serves as a place-holder, eg. for another Xbase Part. Buttons of this style can be used to reserve space for placing other objects in a tool bar object.|
|XBPTOOLBAR_BUTTON_DROPDOWN||Button display a drop-down array next to its caption, which can be used to open a drop-down menu similar to an XbpCombobox.|
The style of a given tool bar button can be specified using the <nStyle> parameter to XbpToolBar:addItem(). Alternatively, a button's :style instance variable may be used to change its style after it has already been added to an XbpToolBar instance.
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