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This element contains the configuration information for a toolbar for use within EditLive!.

Items will appear in a toolbar in EditLive!, from left to right, in the order that they appear in the EditLive! configuration document.

Configuration Element Tree Structure

<editLive>
<toolbars>
<toolbar>

Code Block
<editLive>
     ...
     <toolbars>
          <toolbar ...>
               <!--toolbar configuration settings-->
          </toolbar>
     </toolbars>
     ...
</editLive>

Required Attributes

name

An identifying name for this toolbar. The value for this attribute must be unique within the EditLive! collection of toolbars.

Child Elements

<toolbarButton>

This element will cause a particular button to be present on the toolbar within EditLive!.

<toolbarButtonGroup>

This element will cause a particular group of buttons to be present on the toolbar within EditLive!. The operation of these buttons within EditLive! will be mutually exclusive. The buttons added by this element can only be added and removed from the toolbar as a group.

For example, the alignment buttons are a button group as Align Left cannot be activated at the same time as Align Right.

<toolbarComboBox>

This element will cause a particular combo box to be present on the toolbar within EditLive!.

<toolbarSeparator>

This element will cause the appearance of a vertical separating line between toolbar elements.

<customToolbarButton>

This element specifies the properties for a developer defined custom toolbar button for use within EditLive!.

<customToolbarComboBox>

This element specifies the properties for a developer defined custom toolbar combo box for use within EditLive!.

Example

This example demonstrates how to declare toolbars with the names command and format.

Code Block
<editLive>
  ...
  <toolbars>
    ...
    <toolbar name="command">
      ...
    </toolbar>
    <toolbar name="format">
      ...
    </toolbar>
    ...
  </toolbars>
  ...
</editLive>

Remarks

Toolbars will appear in the EditLive! interface in the order that they appear in the configuration file.

The <toolbar> element can appear multiple times within the <toolbars> element.