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Toolbar

Employment/Purpose

A toolbar is used to place a series of buttons, such as toolbarbutton or button. The toolbar buttons could be used without toolbars, so a toolbar could be used without tool buttons. However, the tool buttons change their appearance if they are placed inside a toolbar.

The toolbar has two orientation: horizontal and vertical. It controls how the buttons are placed.

See also : Button, Toolbarbutton

Example

ZKComRef Toolbar Example.png


<window title="Toolbar window" border="normal" width="300px">
    <toolbar>
        <toolbarbutton label="Left" />
        <space />
        <toolbarbutton label="Right" image="/img/network.gif"
            dir="reverse" />
    </toolbar>
    <toolbar orient="vertical">
        <button label="Left" image="/img/network.gif" width="125px" />
        <toolbarbutton label="Right" image="/img/network.gif"
            dir="reverse" />
    </toolbar>
</window>

overflowPopup

[ since 8.6.0 ]

When overflowPopup="true", a toolbar will have a ... symbol that shows a popup which contains those buttons weren't able to fit in the toolbar.

Default: false.

Toolbar-overflowPopup.png

    <toolbar overflowPopup="true" width="350px" style="border: 1px black solid;">
        <toolbarbutton label="one" iconSclass="z-icon-home"/>
        <toolbarbutton label="two" iconSclass="z-icon-home"/>
        <toolbarbutton label="three" iconSclass="z-icon-home"/>
        <toolbarbutton label="four" iconSclass="z-icon-home"/>
        <toolbarbutton label="five" iconSclass="z-icon-home"/>
        <toolbarbutton label="six" iconSclass="z-icon-home"/>
    </toolbar>

Supported Events

Name
Event Type
None None

Supported Molds

Available molds of a component are defined in lang.xml embedded in zul.jar. It is suggested to set mold to panel while toolbar is in the footer of a panel.

Name
Snapshot
default
Toolbar mold default.png
panel
Toolbar mold panel.png

Supported Children

*ALL

Use Cases

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Version History

Last Update : 2018/10/16


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